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Don Decker

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Good work on this underwater scene Don - I like it a lot. [smile]
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Thanks Suzette ,I saw a cuda off a reef in the Florida keys it was about 6ft long, it was cool to see.
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Nice work Don.

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I must be good at recognising a few fish Don.  He is so long, I didn't realise they grew that big.  Would he eat those sweet little fish ...  anyways, it's a lovely scene, peaceful despite the danger of the cuda. I love the way you drew the rippled surface of the water, very neat.  [smile] Robyn
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Thanks Robyn,They can move fast in the water it was cool to see  but glad when it took off and did not come my way
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What a great scene Don. Love the rippling water and the huge barracuda swimming along so nonchalantly  - probably debating whether to not to make a meal out of those pretty little fishes.  Have you ever eaten barracuda?
It is absolutely delicious.
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Thanks V, No,they say it is excellent but sometimes the larger cuda can carry Ciguatera,it is a type of poison carried by certain individual fish in the tropical waters.
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Thanks V, No,they say it is excellent but sometimes the larger cuda can carry Ciguatera,it is a type of poison carried by certain individual fish in the tropical waters.

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The last time I had some was about 12 months ago and my son caught it.  He has had fish poison and nearly died from it so he is well aware of what to look for and has done a lot of study on all the fish in the sea.  Thankfully he didn't die but he came close to it.  We always have to be careful of what we put in our mouths hey. Take care Don
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Wow Vivienne,You do!  I like to eat the fish not died from it.
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Wow Vivienne,You do!  I like to eat the fish not died from it.

I must say that the fish my son ate that nearly killed him was when visiting is inlaws in the Cook Islands.  When I hadn't heard from them for a few days I thought something had to be wrong and then I had an email from daughter in law who said he was in hospital and was going to be OK.  To cut a long story short he loves fish as much as I do but he knows more about their habitats etc now and is a much wiser guy.
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Wow that would make you wiser, I like Tilapia,Grouper and Salmon
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Nice work.
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Thank you Val
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