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Wanted to share....
some neat pictures of my son's tank. Currently he has 3 zebra danios, 1 gold gourami, 1 silver gourami, 2 snails, 3 ghost shrimp, and 1 albino bushynose pleco. Enjoy!
Wow great pics! I did enjoy...Thanks! :-)
sorry to say his but i dont' think it's a bushynose (i think you wanted to write bristle nose).it's actually a normal albino pleco as for the shrimps i think they are yamatos and not ghosts.they have long sharp pincers.personnaly i think yamatos are better then ghosts.the good news is i like the tank it's very eye apeasing even with the pink gravel :-D good job
you can see my yamato at this link http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/f...e-76561/page2/
this link contains picks of my cherry and ghosts http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/f...ng-baby-48565/
those are some great pics! if you don't mind me asking, what settings are you using on your camera? my wife has a SLR camera, and told me to use the close up setting, but I am having trouble getting it to focus on the fish in the foreground. the plants and whatnot in the background look great, but the fish always look a little blurry.
Your son's tank is looking good, thank you for sharing. Thinking about getting some ghost shrimp myself to put in the 5 gallon with my betta. They are the only type that I have seen to be available locally.
Very nice pics. I would recommend you add a handful more Zebra Danio though, 6-8 total at least.
thanks for the photo tip barbH. i switched to manual and sped up the lens setting (i know there is a term for it, i'm just not that camera savvy). now if i can just make the lighting look more "natural" from the flash.
Great pics. I'm not a fan of the gravel (sorry). I prefer to reproduce a more natural aquascape....but each to his own.
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