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02-07-2013 06:16 AM
orchidman Did some sketches for possible layouts for my 7.5g Mr. Aqua tank! I'm going for something really simple and simplistic. It's going to be a wabi kusa layout. I'm probably over thinking it for it to follow the naturalistic ways that accompany wabi kusa, but here are the sketches I did. Any comments are welcome, things you like, hate, or you think are stupid


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02-07-2013 05:59 AM
orchidman Did maintenance for the first time in over a month. The tank has really taken a hit. That's what happens when you have mid-terms I'm not sure if I will ever get this tank to look nice! Especially after taking a hit like this, I'm not sure i fit will be able to recover. Honestly not sure how long I'll keep it up for; maybe I'll change the scape up some. Not sure what I would change, ideas?


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01-27-2013 10:29 AM
orchidman
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that thing must have been a pretty penny haha, could never afford one lol. it even comes with a golden plack !
No big deal, it's just dipped in gold and covered in diamonds
01-27-2013 06:54 AM
marioman72 that thing must have been a pretty penny haha, could never afford one lol. it even comes with a golden plack !
01-27-2013 06:12 AM
synaethetic That's an amazing lens! You can take some great wildlife shots with that.
01-27-2013 04:38 AM
orchidman GUYS WE JUST BOUGHT A NEW LENS!!! ITS AMAZING!!!!!!!! Here are some pics! It's a NIKKOR AF-S VR 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED It's so heavy, you can feel the legitimacy of it!

These photos were shot with a 50mm prime.


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01-25-2013 06:01 PM
orchidman
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We can be patient for pictures Homework is pretty important anyway...just a little bit.

You'll appreciate the early college credit when you get to the undergraduate level. It'll save you time and lots of $. Most schools require some amount of general education classes. Mine's not as bad as St. Bonnies sounds like it used to be but it's still fairly intensive.

There's 6 categories, Literature, Social Science, Natural Science (x2), History, Art, and something else and you need 4 credits in each (and 8 from two of the three fields in natural science). Also, the second semester of a foreign language and a class with a global perspectives marking (a class is labeled with this if it meets certain criteria) are required.

The philosophy behind it is to provide a well rounded education but sometimes it just seems like checking boxes off a list.

You'll be able to figure it out for yourself soon enough.

Also, if you all get a chance I'd love to have your input on a couple photos I took. I'm going to enter into a photo competition and would like help finalizing an entry. Here's the link to the thread/poll
http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/sh...d.php?t=223490

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE BEST PART OF CYBER SCHOOL IS?!??!?! That I'm in english class right now


Yeah well rounded is always good I think I may pursue physical therapy, so I will be in school for 6+ years. Just the thought is daunting!

Sure thing! I'll look right now!
01-25-2013 05:57 PM
AquaStudent We can be patient for pictures Homework is pretty important anyway...just a little bit.

You'll appreciate the early college credit when you get to the undergraduate level. It'll save you time and lots of $. Most schools require some amount of general education classes. Mine's not as bad as St. Bonnies sounds like it used to be but it's still fairly intensive.

There's 6 categories, Literature, Social Science, Natural Science (x2), History, Art, and something else and you need 4 credits in each (and 8 from two of the three fields in natural science). Also, the second semester of a foreign language and a class with a global perspectives marking (a class is labeled with this if it meets certain criteria) are required.

The philosophy behind it is to provide a well rounded education but sometimes it just seems like checking boxes off a list.

You'll be able to figure it out for yourself soon enough.

Also, if you all get a chance I'd love to have your input on a couple photos I took. I'm going to enter into a photo competition and would like help finalizing an entry. Here's the link to the thread/poll
http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/sh...d.php?t=223490
01-25-2013 04:51 AM
orchidman
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Originally Posted by MABJ View Post
I entered college with 30 credits from high school.

Anyways. At my school, the general requirement is called Clare College. It consisted of 12.. Yes 12 classes. In addition to other general education requirements.

Assuredly, it takes one ages to fulfill all of them.

The program is now reformed for all incoming freshman thanks to all of us who ceaselessly complain about it.

I'd never recommend anybody to Bonaventure if they hadn't finally modified the system.

I am a proud Journalism and Mass Communication major.
That's insane!!!


And no pics today, I had too much homework; Maybe Saturday.
01-25-2013 01:33 AM
MABJ
The Lonely Mountain- Fish added

I entered college with 30 credits from high school.

Anyways. At my school, the general requirement is called Clare College. It consisted of 12.. Yes 12 classes. In addition to other general education requirements.

Assuredly, it takes one ages to fulfill all of them.

The program is now reformed for all incoming freshman thanks to all of us who ceaselessly complain about it.

I'd never recommend anybody to Bonaventure if they hadn't finally modified the system.

I am a proud Journalism and Mass Communication major.
01-24-2013 11:03 PM
orchidman
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Originally Posted by MABJ View Post
Yeah it's that way at my university.

I had a really high average in high school as well. Took lots of college courses.

Now that I'm in college, I get stuck taking classes I don't give a rats behind about.
Really? What are you studying? I thought that after you get past gen-eds in college most classes would be pretty interesting..or at least something you know you can apply in your career. What is your major?

Next semester I will take all or most of my classes at a college so I can get credit for both highschool and college.
01-24-2013 10:47 PM
MABJ
The Lonely Mountain- Fish added

Yeah it's that way at my university.

I had a really high average in high school as well. Took lots of college courses.

Now that I'm in college, I get stuck taking classes I don't give a rats behind about.
01-24-2013 10:42 PM
orchidman
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Ohhhhhhh. I was always confused about how bio majors with straight B's had better GPAs than me. It makes sense now.
At least that's how it is in my highschool. If I was taking all standards, my GPA would be something like 3.6.
01-24-2013 10:41 PM
MABJ
The Lonely Mountain- Fish added

Ohhhhhhh. I was always confused about how bio majors with straight B's had better GPAs than me. It makes sense now.
01-24-2013 10:29 PM
orchidman
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Congrats! I pulled my usual 3.15 or whatever. :P I'm no genius and I don't read required readings. I read this stuff instead!
Thanks! I'm pretty proud of myself! Me too! Hehe! I shouldn't even be here right now, physics is calling my name! My honors class helped pull my GPA up. I only got a B but it is an honors class so it counts as more.
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