07-19-2013, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Chesherca
Barb, they're BEAUTIFUL!!! I have to agree with Aussie - your shots make me remember why everyone swoons for angelfish. Fantastic shots, too - tank photography is SO HARD! Every good pic is a huge accomplishment (for me, anyway!) Great work. . .
Sorry to hear about the loss. *cries* he was a real beauty. . .
. . .glad that the shop was able to give you a new one. . . time for another photo shoot? ;)
Thank you. I agree tank photography is definitly a challenge. At least we have digital available instead of just film, otherwise I wouldn't be able to afford to improve my skills in this aspect of photography. Going to see about taking some more pictures of the tank and angels this weekend.
Unfortunatly the angel that I got as a replacement passed a couple of days ago. Clamped fins and hiding in the back along with showing a disinterest in food. Thinking that it might be more than just not handling the stress of a new tank well. So for now will stay with the 3 angels that are in the tank and observe everyone. At the end of the summer hoping to get some more from a breeder in Florida and that will give me time to set up one of the empty tanks as a quarentine tank.