Over on our social media platforms, we run an invitation every Tuesday. If your already following us then you will know what we are talking about but for anyone who doesn't, this post is called #topdowntiesday
Each week we ask our followers to share a photo of their planted tank from the top...
Getting the link from a desktop computer:
Login to your Flickr account. Add the photo to an album (optional), and set it to Public (required).
Then open the photo and click the Share arrow.
Choose BBCode and pick the image size to use.
Copy that code.
Getting the link from mobile:[B]
For those who dont know "Instagram" is a huge photosharing app (similar to "tumblr") that has grown extremey popular over the last year.
I've been using instagram for a while now and there arent very many aquarium enthusiasts. I typically just "follow" friends/family or car related profiles...
I am fairly new to this site and still do not fully understand some features that I figured some old hand could explain.
1. Image Hosting - I have added some photos here and they have got over 100 downloads. How do I see other people's images that can be downloaded and what is the point of this...
My tank is finally growing up and I wanted to share the latest photos outside of my tank journal because I think they are so freaking cool.
It goes from general tank photos to more artsy stuff at the bottom.
- Journal Link -