PM said:Won't they get REALLY big?
Dave Spencer said:I`ve been enjoying this tank without making comment for a while now, Mark, but am not overly keen on your choice of fish for this scape. The fish could become too dominant, and out of balance with the rest of the look, plus I am not too big a fan of hybrid fish myself.
Dave Spencer said:You certainly are mastering the art of aquascaping!
joyous214 said:Ive never had much luck with angel fish.
aaronnorth said:what do you shoot at?
saintly said:aaronnorth said:what do you shoot at?
f2.8. i like the depth it gives, but the downfall is it's limitations with depth of field. look at the six angels...the first one in focus and as they all sit at different depths (can be as narrow as a cm) the others are out of focus which is not pleasing. i shouldn't of posted the pic really :?
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