|04-21-2003, 05:00 PM||#2|
All right! First time my photo was too big, then it was too small. This one looks just about right!
This was my first attempt at digital phot, so I apologize for the quality - especially the glare on the left side.
That first photo was pretty much a full length view. I will try to post a couple more.
This is an ultra low effort/maintenance/expense set-up. 30 gal, 20 W flourescent 14 hr/day, no CO2, no ferts. Substrate, mostly gravel, 041903 added laterite and fine gravel. Approx 10% water changes weekly.
You can perhaps tell from the rocks, that I started with all artificial, and have been slowly going to all natural over the past several months.
And the sunken ship should tell you that I have kids who think it is cool!
nana - center foreground
congensis - center rear
frazerii - right rear, in fron to filter intake
java fern - left rear on rocks
small-leafed sag - left foreground
crypt wendtii bronze? - right foreground
crypt ??? - right middle, behind bronze
red hygro - left center
corkscrew val - center rear by heater
|04-21-2003, 05:57 PM||#4|
Planted Tank VIP
Seems like bravenet doesn't like the embedded image link. Try changing from img tags to url tags so we can just follow the link. That worked for me.
- Sam P -
plantedtanker in limbo - all tanks currently in storage
|04-21-2003, 09:14 PM||#6|
Here's my buddy's response :lol:
Congrats. You are officially a geek.
You have photos of your fish on the internet.
Next step: photos of you in costume waiting in line for the next Star Wars movie.
I'll try to post a URL address here. Sorry to be so incompetent.
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