Vacation photos look nice, new red plants look even better. I can sort of imagine a sloping, hilly looking background flowing from the D. diandra to the L. pantanal and finally to the rock/HC. I think it'll turn out quite well once it grows in more.
Thanks! I have a few hundred but I only put up a couple because let's face it, there's nothing more boring than looking at other peoples vacation photos in massive amounts, lol
you have given in to the temptation of STEMS.
love the splash of color you added with the ludwiga, however, it might look a touch better if you switched its place with that of the d. diandra. generally
you want the broader leaved plants, and the colorful plants more to the sides, and the greener plants with more narrow leaves toward the center, but ive seen some awesome tanks that totally ignored this.
dude, that intake needs some work.
its almost as bad as mine, but i at least hide the grime with good ol' ehiem sewage-green tubing.
love the iguanas. im determined to get one as a pet eventually (preferably a red variant of iguana iguana
haha, I guess so. I needed some height to the tank, it gives more depth. I may have to add just one more stem plant to keep things odd. I wish I could switch them but for what it's worth, it'd be a nightmare uprooting, replanting, etc. It'll be interesting to see what I do with this now, because honestly I don't know
Shoot first, ask questions later, right?
Haha yeah, I know. It's about time I clean out the entire actual filter body, like the filter media too. I'm seeing decreased flow.
The iguanas were awesome, I guess that's kinda what Saint Thomas is known for. Iguanas and being just like India, but without... Indian people
. Seriously, the way people drive, the environment, the smells, the entire atmosphere if the place is like India. Lol.
On a side note, people keep telling me that a few of the pics of the iguanas I took are "National Geographic Quality"... What do you guys think of this, and does anyone know of any good online photo competitions?