Dark fish

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Dark fish

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Manipulating surface structures, to hide:
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Re: Dark fish

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Hhmm... I notice the photo was taken with backlighting, and apparently there is plenty of light diffusing through the fish to make it appear only dark gray.

It seems an excellent image for showing the shape of the fish, but not very helpful for the ultra-black feature being discussed!

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Re: Dark fish

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OK< here's a better one :-k :


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Re: Dark fish

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...with no fish, maybe :shock: :lol:
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Re: Dark fish

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Fish-flocking available soon...

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Re: Dark fish

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:D !!
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