Thanks mate.Dan Crawford said:Awesome mate, that blyxia has changed considerably hasn't it? I'm loving vallis nana, good choice!
I'll see what I can do...Garuf said:Very nice, can we have a full frontal view please?
Thanks. It's actually my original lens that I had repaired - Sigma 17-35mm f2.8. Nice wide angle for tight spaces and landscapes...Joecoral said:photography definately improving George, you've definately mastered the new lens
one sexy looking 'scape (if thats possible? )
Thank you kindly, Ray.Ray said:I like that, you definetely have your own style George. Not quite nature aquarium, more a sort of post modern style on that if you like - more simplistic and abstract than the nature aquarium style, I think :?: :!: The ADA contest should be interesting this year with your postmodern scape, Graham who is more traditional Amano nature aquarium (equally lovely I must say) and Dan who I believe is influenced by the both of you but stopped putting up photo's soon enough for me to know what he is going to come up with. Perhaps we should open a book on the rankings!
P.Helfrei looks excellent with the new Tropica plant and the black Neons are still outstanding (and maybe bigger). Which crypt is it, surely too big to be Wendtli green left over from you 4' tank? I do agree with Garuf a little but the whole effect creates tension which makes you look away and then back again, and again, and again - quite pleasing. I have patience to wait until you say its done...
And Clive, this Blyxia business is baffling, we need to get to the bottom of this!