Discussion in 'Journals' started by aaronnorth, 20 Apr 2008.
here is a macro of the hemanthius micranthemoides pearling
Thanks for looking!
here it is:
thats grown in really well and is looking great. have you thought about swapping the stems and the java fern around so you get more of a slope from left to right?
to many of them
Mark is sending me some Vallis nana for the back left side, hopefully it should sort the problem out
Nice thick carpet of HC
hey aaron you got a good carpet now mate. i'll be wanting some back (kiddin)
This scape is looking very professional now matey. lookin good.
I'm liking it! I know this is a bit weird, but it just looks a bit green. Obviously it's going to look green...but it just looks very green to me. Maybe it's just the photos.
the pics do make it a brighter green than it really is, i just cant seem to get the right WB
Use Photoshop or The Gimp. Reduce green, add some blue, done.
quick job aaron....
Looking great Aaron, that HC is coming along nicely, I might give that another go when I get rid of my glosso
thanks James & Mark, i am just having a go...
I love HC, now it is has filled in, how long did you leave it for last time LD?
I didnt add as much blueso mine looks a bit washed out, i know what to do know though, thanks
I have just got 8 black neons, when in the sop i thought there would be enough but now they are in the tank they lookk tiny I will be getting another 8 i think, great fish.
I have euthanised the endlers because they were deformed and were not suitable to sell on or take back etc. I use the ice cold water method, went much better than expected, soon as they touch the water they instantly knocked out, i was worried i were going to do it wrong
some half decent photos:
Nice! I'm not sure I would have chosen the same fish choice, but they are great fish all the same.
I know what you mean about them looking small once they're in the tank, I get that all the time! I think it's because there's so many fish in such small tanks at the shop.
saintly, looking at your tank pictures I just realized that in my nano tank I'll have to put my Hemianthus Micranthemoides in the BG instead of the mid-ground. Too much growth for just 24cm (9") of height. Funny I bought it to be a FG plant.
Thanks for the inspiration, mate.
maybe wrong journal my friend. this is aarons journal
About 3 months, until glosso too over it, but it didn't grow much in those 3 months and most of it turned dark green at one stage.
OK, it was Aaron after all. I was so happy to find the solution that I didn't look.
And you confused me with your photoshop tricks and posting modified pictures of Aaron's tank....
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