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My planted 20 gal :D
Well this is my tank!! Let me know what you think. And sorry bout the bad quality, its the only cam I have lol. In it I have 2 gold gouramis, my pleco, 4 neon tetras, a cory cat, and 4 zebra daminos. The other fish I cant remember what they are. As far as plants the only name I can remember is the amazon sword in the middle.
This is my pleco that Ive had for 6 years when he was bout 2 inches, hes now bout 8 or 9 inches. I named him to "Big Boss" :P
Looks nice!!! :) You might want to take a wet wash rag and clean off the outside of the tank, though. :p but the dirtiness might just be showing bcause of the flash. Anyways, nice tank! :)
Thx! I tried that before I submitted the pics and it didnt change anything lol. My camera is just a pos
lookin' great!!! you may wanna spray some windex on a rag, then wipe off the tank....i wouldn't spray it right on the tank
but great looking tank!
Try a photo without the flash if your camera can; I find aquarium photos withough flash are much better.
I like the way you've aquascaped it, good job. One thing I notice are your plants, I'm wondering what light you have? Might have better growth with a different tube/bulb; I can comment further if you mention what you now have, also are you fertilizing the plants with anyproduct?
i would recomend adding more cories because they tend to like to be in groups of around 4-5. although more is always welcome :P
i cant believe byron didnt comment on tht
You do have a nice looking aquarium, congratulation.
Try not using the flash, and turning the lights on for the tank.
Might have to play around... I have much better luck with manual focus.
Also, don't take pictures of the tank head on- take them from a slight angle (about 45 degree angle) that way the flash will go through the tank more and bounce back less. :)
Wanna check mine out?
i take my pictures at night with only the aquarium lights on.
(well when my camra still worked)
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