another new one is the snook. This is a very popular game fish on the Gulf Coast and South on the East Coast of Florida. They get big, they fight, they taste great. this one has the green patina that settles into the low places.
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This is one of my newest fish buckles. It's a grouper. Great for all you bottom fishing and reef fishing folks. This is bonze and it has a patina that gives it the greenish color. All these patinas come out different so I'm going to start listing them as one of a kinds. My standard finish will be brown with a polished waxed finsh
I just don't understand why sometimes the colors are yellow on black and sometimes blue on white. And, why does the black color end part way down the page turning to white? Sometimes the dropdown menue is above the header in small typ and sometimes it 's below it in big type. This is fun!
What do you see? is it blue on black, blue on white or yellow on black changing to white as the page goes down?