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I was always wondering why sometimes I did not get the real beautiful color of my angel when I took her pictures. Now I know it's because I do not have red light in my tank lighting. I used to take pictures at night to eliminate tank glass glare and this morning I realized that I can take picture without glare, without polarizer, if I aim at a specific angle, under natural sun light. Here are two photos of my angel (Angie) before and after.
<a href=http://www.aquariumforum.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=36433&ppuser=158001><img src=http://www.aquariumforum.com/gallery/watermark.php?file=36433&size=1 border=0></a>

a href=http://www.aquariumforum.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=36441&ppuser=158001><img src=http://www.aquariumforum.com/gallery/watermark.php?file=36441&size=1 border=0></a>
 

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Wow! Love the second pic. One reason i am not big on reefs is the blue look to everything.
 
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It's going to be Angie's 11th year in my tank very soon... The LFS I brought her from had long since closed and the owner moved to Atlanta as a staff of that huge aquarium there.
In the first picture, check the size of that jumbo cleaner...
 

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Very well taken care of. I hope to have my fish as long as you. Not sure on most of their life expectancy though.
 
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Beautiful!
 
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