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Old 04-17-2012, 03:43 PM   #166
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Guess it's time to put the safety net back on.
Negative. The net is on the tank my macs are in now lol. Freak accidents happen. Plus I got a piece of wood sticking out the top now... it's gotta stay topless.

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I do have the cash...unfortunately I just blew it on shrimps....I figured I could only afford the camera body right now anyways...and I would have no shrimps to take pics of...ahhahaha...

you are so right about kids being expensive....little rascals better not send me to the nursing home when I'm old...
You'd still have your kids to take pictures of though. I would've went with the camera any day.

Love your kids. Just hope that one day, they'll return the favor and let you live with them and their family.
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Old 04-17-2012, 05:33 PM   #167
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BTW I got 8 roselines the other day

They're still babies so I've still got time to get a decent sized tank set up for 'em.

I've also gotta get a prosumer cam myself so I can do decent macros of my critters. Big tank first, then the camera. If I had little kids like you do, then I'd get the camera. I regret I didn't take very many pictures of them as they grew up. Especially videos. I've got none of them
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:48 PM   #168
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BTW I got 8 roselines the other day

They're still babies so I've still got time to get a decent sized tank set up for 'em.

I've also gotta get a prosumer cam myself so I can do decent macros of my critters. Big tank first, then the camera. If I had little kids like you do, then I'd get the camera. I regret I didn't take very many pictures of them as they grew up. Especially videos. I've got none of them
Roselines are def some fun fish to keep. They will thank you for a bigger tank. If only mine stayed small, I would've kept them.

I take a ton of kids video using my iPhone since it's so convenient. I cant even imagine having kids when folks use to carry around VHS cam corders... nobody would want to take videos of their kids. I wouldn't blame them lol.
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Old 04-17-2012, 07:18 PM   #169
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Angels should be called pig fish. Everytime I come near the tank they swarm to the front and start gulping at the top for food. Makes it hard to take pics too, always shoving their mugs in the lens.
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Old 04-17-2012, 08:36 PM   #170
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Roselines are def some fun fish to keep. They will thank you for a bigger tank. If only mine stayed small, I would've kept them.

I take a ton of kids video using my iPhone since it's so convenient. I cant even imagine having kids when folks use to carry around VHS cam corders... nobody would want to take videos of their kids. I wouldn't blame them lol.
I'm hoping a 6' long tank will do it for 'em.
Problem with prosumer DSLR cams is they are a drag to have hanging around your neck all day. A decent P&S will make it easier to carry it around all day for any kid photo opps, but suck for macro shots of critters and things.
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Angels should be called pig fish. Everytime I come near the tank they swarm to the front and start gulping at the top for food. Makes it hard to take pics too, always shoving their mugs in the lens.
Angels are surprisingly hard to get to pose. You just have to take a bazzillion shots and get a few good ones. Mine is a pig too, but my 3 SAEs will push him out of the way every time until they've had the first several gulps of food LOL. He still ends up getting more than his share eventually. It doesn't matter how fast I am. I get splashed almost every time I drop in some food.
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:30 PM   #171
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Here's a quick FTS to show the tank is stabilized as far as algae goes lol.

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What are you growing in those pots nick?!
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:44 PM   #173
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What are you growing in those pots nick?!
Some of Devin's palms he gave me a while back. They've been neglected so hopefully I can bring them back to health.

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Old 04-28-2012, 09:12 PM   #174
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Love the look of the tank
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Old 04-28-2012, 10:02 PM   #175
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*groans*....ugggggg.....that wood is so sick....
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Is that four stems of Rotala Sunset in back??? looking good, bro.
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Wow. Zachs got a good eye!

Nick I was wondering what you fed your roselines?
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Old 04-29-2012, 12:28 AM   #178
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^^ Thanks guys!

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Is that four stems of Rotala Sunset in back??? looking good, bro.
haha Good eye indeed. It was given to me by a fellow SFBAAPS member. Hopefully I'll be able to get a nice little grouping soon to form a bush back there.

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Wow. Zachs got a good eye!

Nick I was wondering what you fed your roselines?
I fed them NLS pellets, freeze dried bloodworms, and frozen blackworms.
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Coming along great! Moss looks 100% better than before.
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Old 04-29-2012, 03:18 AM   #180
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Coming along great! Moss looks 100% better than before.
Thanks kwheeler! It certainly isn't yellow anylonger.
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