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The first rains of the season seem to result in some nasty accidents this side.
I once had an 18 wheeler spin in front of me hitting a good few cars. What he was doing in a)the fast lane
Internet companies can be a pain. Here, we're quite far behind in terms of the tech and speed.
A premium line here is around 8Mbps and that costs a small fortune.
And to have mobile data is...
I use it occasionally. A slight boost every once in a while
Thank you very much.
I'll answer the questions in the following format
Substrate - I have a normal aquarium gravel which is basically made up of crushed rocks. It contains some nutrients (as do...
Now here we are on the 9/9/2014 and the Lotus plants are making a bid for the top of the tank. Interested to see how it will affect the light reaching the lower plants - if at all. Of course, I don't...
It's a Danio of some kind. I've tried to get more than the two I have but it's been impossible.
They are bred in Israel apparently.
Here are some more which I took today. It's been a long time since I have used this lens and its very shallow depth of field.
I had it tested once but I can't remember the exact reading.
The guy who tested it is my local fish expert and his comment was that I can keep discus extremely happy without doing...
This is probably my favourite in this tank but I am biased because I bred him
Thanks guys. I'm very impressed with the dwarfs. They have coloured up beautifully and they fit right in with the tank.
There are 4 Apistos and 2 Rams in this tank. I do observe them daily and...
I've pulled out my oldest lens to try when photographing the tank. It's a 1954 50mm F1.4 Rokkor.
09-03-2014, 07:30 PM
Paint can do a surprising amount of things. Pity I'm in my test week or I'd see if I could do it from this side with my software.
Unfortunately a four major degree is hell and test week literally...
09-03-2014, 07:26 PM
Always worth it if it can save some cash.
09-03-2014, 07:09 PM
That will certainly work at a basic level. I am assuming the OP is not going to need to blend images in or anything. As far as I know Paint can't do that kind of thing
09-03-2014, 06:54 PM
That's not that easy to do. I have done similar kinds of stuff.
However, I have a full photo editing programme. Corel's Paint Shop Pro.
It will also take a lot of practice to get right.
The tank started to get overgrown again so I trimmed this a fair amount.
Also did a heavy gravel vac on that small patch with no plants in the front. I've been feeding spirulina wafers...
Thanks. I was referring more to the change in colour. This guy has patches of gold as a result of his "mixed" breeding.
50g heavily planted, hi-tech show tank (mine)
35g lightly planted, parents'-fish tank (no say on what is kept)
35g medium planted, ancistrus breeding tank
15g planted backup/grow for sale...
Here's what they look like when they get older.....
At a happy 24 Celsius most of the time. The whiteclouds that I can get are bred locally and I think they have adapted over time. Tanks here in summer can hit 30 Celsius but it doesn't bother them.
They do in my tank. But angels vary massively in temperament.
I have some 40 of this little guys growing nicely in a dedicated breeding tank. I do apologise for the quality of the video but I had to use the digital zoom on the phone to get close enough to make...
These are the two colour variants of Apistogramma Cacatuoides that I keep. The pure orange finned one is about a month or so older than the other.
Here it is 10 days after the rescape. Things have had a chance to re-establish their roots etc.
Not really. I had already sold all the fry that were in that tank so I didn't have to attempt any rescue missions. The product available in SA is made by Daro and is aptly called Snail Kill. The...