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Discussion in 'Aquatic Photography' started by Toothloose, Jan 19, 2014.
Hi Toothloose, Fantastic Sea creatures Nice pics too
Thank you very much Greenfinger. I try my best to take nice pictures, but since I'm not the best photographer I'm quite happy with the results
You certainly have a wide range and experience in keeping different species in your tanks.
Do you have a Fish Room as such?
@keithgh ; I still live with my mom but next month my brother is moving out and I'll fill his room with all my tanks then.
but I used to have 7 tanks but my mom said that was too much so I got rid of all my 20 and 25 liter tanks and now I have 3 left.
Now she said put all of your tanks in your brother's room when he moved out, but she also claims I can't put any new tanks in the room
I'll need to find a way to change her mind cause let's face it a fish tank room with only 3 small to medium tanks isn't really worthy of calling it the fish tank room
Oh yeah, and to be honest. The blue starfish and 2 anemones didn't survive very long.
So I guess I'm not yet experienced enough to keep just about anything I want.
And research before you buy, I learned it the hard way in the beginning. Never buy in an impulsive spree
Marine tanks will always have a soft spot for me all the beautiful colours that you can have in your tank.
I like the big white whiskers on that red Shrimp very much.
I love my couple of red shimps too .
And since you like the colors so much, I bought 3 new tankmates today.
Just couldn't resist .
Great additions you now have.
Is there any chance of an update of your full tank photos please.
what a great collection of critters!! beautiful!
Hi Toothloose, First photo is fab In the second photo What happened to the fishes tail fin ???
Hi, I just wanted to say your fish look amazing, and also, have you had any trouble with the Flame Angel nipping on your corals? And what are the IDs on those box-fish? I assume they don't get too big, and if theyre reef-safe... omg
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