samc said:thats a very good picture mark! looks like im looking at it in real life
the background suits it very well and is pleasing to look at
cheers sam, i'm still working on backgrounds. i'm narrowing down the colours 8)
lljdma06 said:Try lowering your light.
depends which way you look at it....if i lowered my lighting....it would be more intense right?....
rawr said:I think this would do great in AGA, you'd be a great ambasador for the UK.
thanks thomas. i will be entering this year, hopefully with this.
LondonDragon said:Agreed time to start those entries
just checking my full tank shots now
George Farmer said:So much sharper and an overall better balanced exposure.
cheers George. i'm getting to grips with light intensities and direction of lights....the thing is, I'm 1 short! :?
George Farmer said:so it is feasable to lose the Alternanthera.
arghhh, dont say that....i was going to leave it and trim it a million times I cant believe that out of all the stems in there, this one is close to it's second trim!...the others are behind by about 2 weeks
George Farmer said:Question is, can Mark keep this 'scape running until completion!?!
your getting to know me now eh?....
yeah! i reckon this will keep going for the duration. the end goal is to see what some of these stems look like after a prolonged period of grow and cut, grow and cut....call it trimming practise
eustarils stellata may become my new rotala rotundifolia ...it's lovely!