Waited and waited and waited... Finally he came close enough to the edge of the tank (and into an interesting looking spot I hope) for a macro with my low budget camera. Have I framed it well? This is the first day I ever tried to take a photograph instead of just shooting texture and architectural references. Does the macro effect work well enough? I'm a bit bummed about the loss of definition on his antennae. I'm not sure if that's due to movement or being out of focus. This was the first shot from a recent trip I actually stopped and looked at for more than a second. I was pleased to find probably ten or so shots out of about a thousand that held my interest. When I get to my photoshop box I'll fix the scratch in the tank glass and see if I can reduce the horizontal glare on the left. Anyone see any other anomalies I might have missed? It was shot purposefully at 16:9. Shot in Macro Mode. I did not adjust to these settings but here they are for you gurus: Panasonic DMC-FZ7 f/3.2 1/20 sec ISO-200 16mm focal length Max aperature 3 35 mm focal length 105 I'm happy with the shot overall. Should I be?