Sunday, May 1, 2011

Macro Monday

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I call him Suckface, seems appropriate. He looks so weird, and prehistoric.

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He's really rather freaky!

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Macro Monday is easy to play, snap a macro (or any close-up) photo, post it on your blog and come back here and sign MckLinky. :) MM started on Sept 29, 2008 - THANX to all of you for helping make it such a fun start to the week!


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54 comments:

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  2. Oh he is a bit freaky! Great macro shots! :)

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  3. That is absolutely amazing. The details are so finely tuned. Well done!

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  4. Suckface is a GREAT name for him, Lisa..What a great macro!

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  5. He does a good job of cleaning the glass though!!! Love the shots

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  6. Nasty looking, but very useful!!

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  9. I love the fish! They are so fun to watch while they travel across the glass.

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  10. They are such wierd fish. Whe we had one (fish was a while ago, I'm allergic to the food), my husband had nightmares about the pleco leaving the tank!

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  11. Ya, it's a little freaky, but has beautiful markings.

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  12. I don't think I've never been so up close and personal with a fish.

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  13. I just love the sucker fish. We had one with our 50 gallon tank, a long time ago....wish I still had that tank. You know, I tend to get rid of things, in the moment, only to want them back later. We just don't have the space to keep something that we're not using. Sorry, thinking out loud :)

    Great shots of your little sucker!!

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  14. yep Lisa, suckle seems quite appropriate! Very cool pics of Suckle!

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  15. Not so pretty but they make interesting macro shot!!

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  16. Marvelous images... have never really looked at one of these guys this close-up! Very efficient cleaning machine... :-)

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  17. I think the name fits this fellow perfectly, great shots.

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  18. don't know if it's me, my computer or flickr, but i couldn't upload my image, though it is at my blog... ?
    love your suckface's photos... very funny perspective!

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  19. Funny photos and name of the fish.

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  20. Not very kissable ! Did you try ?

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  21. Great pictures. Interesting subject, too.

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  22. cool fish. :) I had similar ones once in my youth.

    strange, I can´t find the permalink to your post. :( But I guess /macro-monday/ will do.

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  23. Great underwater captures of the fish, like the mouth shots:)

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  24. Oh, I think he's FABULOUS!! What great captures!!!

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  25. Ha! Kinda makes you want to give him a great big kiss, dontcha think? :))

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  26. Yes, a bit freaky. I guess you have a polarizer when you captured these photos. Really nice!

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  27. Beautiful picture. I like 1st one most.

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  28. I dare say, my mother would compare my mouth to this one when I was a teenager...my girls are nearly this wide at times...but I do think mine was bigger and sassier....sorry Mom!

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  29. Suckface is definitely an appropriate name. I think he is good for the aquarium.

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  30. Great Macros. We have three of these. i will have to try and take some photos.

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  31. Nice shot, but when i first looked, it was yucky...sorry. thought it was some other kind of slimy animal

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  32. Hi Lisa,
    That is a kind of creepy looking fish, I think it's a fish. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Food for Thought

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  33. I like your fish, and the name is perfect. Thanks for Macro Monday. I think my weeks need some structure other than my job.

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  34. freaky-deaky for sure!! You always have the most interesting macros but then you are our fealess leader!! Thanks for hosting!

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  35. Oh, I love me a "Plecky" (that's what I always called them). I really miss having an aquarium!

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  36. Congratulations on nailing this shot. I've tried to take quality pictures of our aquarium, but they never succeed.

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  37. Aww, he's got a cute face. :)

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  38. Cute pictures of Suckface :) Is he cleaning his window?
    Happy MM!

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  39. Oh my! That is a freaky looking fish. Great capture! :)

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  40. He he he! I took some pictures of that freaky fish in an aquarium in a shopping center in Nancy, East of France!
    Yours are better than mine! Thanks for sharing them;o)
    Have a nice and happy day¤

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  41. Great shot Lisa! Definitely freaky!

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  42. They really are strange looking fish.

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  43. Whenever we have had fish we always have at least one Pleco. The first one I ever had I named "Simon". And after that any one like that I have owned I always call Simon. If we have more than one in the same tank, then it's Simon1, Simon 2, and so on, so when I saw these pictures my first thought was, "Oh, look! She has a Simon!!" It just seems like the right name.

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