Thanks, Sam. Not too expensive. This whole set-up cost me the equivalent of a 'basic' hi-tech planted tank.samc said:great shots george as always
how do you find keeping marine? expensive?
Cheers Paulo!LondonDragon said:Great photos George, you really upping the standard mate Looking forward to the marine article. Something to try in the future for sure
Interesting to hear you say that, it doesn't seem all that complicated from whats Ive read of it. Esp on smaller tanks.George Farmer said:It's an interesting change to freshwater. No way near as difficult, or expensive, as some make out either.
That's right mate! It's a good sign, especially in marine when the water should hold as much O2 as possible.Themuleous said:Is that pearling from the macro algae?!?!?!
Thanks mate!stuworrall said:nice one george, photography is top knotch as always
Ive always thought about doing a marine tank but never actually bitten the bullet. Do you get a lot of evaporation and have to refill with salty water?
No plants yet but eventually I want to do a mangrove set-up with some exposed 'land' with mudskippers.Iliveinazoo said:
Thanks, Aaron!aaronnorth said:amazing pictures, best i have seen from you
Thanks, Clark!Superman said:I'd love to get into marines after a while, one step at a time.
The photos look lovely George can't wait to see more of this.
composition has always been great,Thanks, Aaron!
What do you think makes these better? The subject matter, composition, exposure? Please do tell, it's very interesting to get feedback like this.