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Taken by: Mike Clark

Male Lumpsucker d70 20mm lens
Male Lumpsucker d70 20mm lens by Mike Clark
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Posted: Sunday, July 4, 2010- (7/4/2010 2:17:00 AM)
Category: Temperate Waters
location: North Sea United Kingdom
message Hi Mike.
Top shot and subject mate..
 
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message Thanks Derek, Its proof of the harsh winter that these guys are still hanging around in June.
Here's hoping for a great summer.
mike
 
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