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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-12-2006, 04:07 AM Thread Starter
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Anubias and Tiger Lotus photo (>300KB)

Practicing my photo skills and captured a shot of an Anubias in my 135G with what looks like a new flower, I hope this is good news. I initially thought this shoot was going to be a new leaf but it turned into a nice flower.

And another shot of a Tiger Lotus that melted away to nothing and came back after a peroxide dip. I thought I lost it but a single small leaf emerged and now has grown to 6 small leaves.

Things are really growing like crazy now and I need to start thinking about transitioning over from the initial fast growers to a more semi-permanent setting. If that's even possible .

Here's a right side shot of the "jungle", time for some trimming.

What tweaks do you think I should make with the pictures. These are straight from the camera with no enhancing.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-12-2006, 08:25 AM
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Don, nice tank you have there. Quite a large tank as well! I prefer taking pictures from the front of the tank instead on an angle. Looks like your plants are growing really well, but you should spread them.

BTW - What city do you live in?
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I'm in Dryden about 10 miles east of Lapeer. Yes my aquascaping techniques need These are the fast growers I left in the original bunches. It's difficult for me to get a wide angle straight on shot with the tank. My dining table is only a couple feet away. Thanks for the input.

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