|Salix ||12-27-2010 05:55 PM |
pics of 45 gallon community and 10 gallon betta tanks
I received a new camera for Christmas and thought I would test it out. I'm still playing around with the settings and trying to find the perfect combination but I think these ones turned out ok. There are six fish in the 45 gallon, three platies and three mollies. Then a male betta and a zebra nerite snail in the 10 gallon. The snail has been going through a hibernation phase, I guess you could call it, where he buries himself under the gravel for hours on end and hasn't been eating much of anything, hence all the algae on the glass of the tank in some of the pictures. This is the first time in a couple of weeks he's been out in the daytime so I thought I'd snap a picture of him. If only my fish stayed as still as he does for photos.
|Jwest ||12-30-2010 01:29 PM |
|jbonez ||12-30-2010 01:39 PM |
Nice looking tank :)
nice tanks! bury in the gravel rock bottom of the fake plants though, it'll look alot better/realer!
|Salix ||12-31-2010 01:12 AM |
Thanks, everyone, for the complements. As for burying the fake plants to make it look more realistic, the tank is tall and I'm not, so burying them for a realer look just wouldn't be worth it. I'm slowly exchanging them out for real plants and hopefully within the next few weeks I'll have enough live plants so I can toss out all of the fakes.
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