George Farmer said:Interesting choice on the betta...
Tank looks great, as usual.
Glosso carpet may need re-planting soon to prevent excess die-off in lower layers. Now you see the potential issue with glosso - it's a brute...
HC is a nice lower maint alternative. Mixing HC with other broader leaved lower plants (downoi, Staurogyne etc.) works very well and provides a smoother transition to your midground.
Super shot of the rainbow.
Keep it up mate. Superb journal.
I love this comment. Most would be chuffed to pieces to take photos like that, me included.LondonDragon said:Thanks everyone for the lovely comments, still not very happy with the photography......
Do you mean the betta?LondonDragon said:Thanks George, the rainbow was the missus that brought it home one weekend she went past the fish store...
Yes the Betta sorry heheheGeorge Farmer said:Do you mean the betta?
LondonDragon said:just had a look and the Sony Aplha 350, and its looking like my next purchase, have to see if its worth getting the Alpha 700,
Thanks, reason for the Sony is that I have a Minolta at the moment so I would be able to use all my lenses on it, problem is I have a long zoom 400mm and I like that for wildlife photography, changing all together now would mean getting all new lenses!saintly said:ever considered canon?
Thanks, still needs a lot to sort out yet, like a better transition between carpet and stems, working on it nowREDSTEVEO said:Hi Love the tank and the plant set up. Very tidy.
Is it just me or can anyone else see a sorta "Donny Darko" type wabbit in the form of the large rock. I'm gettin spooked everytime I see it now :?
Been too lazy today to take photos, did a water change and prunned the plants.tko187 said:Any new pics LD, would love to see how its gettin on!!