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Up and Down Otos572 views1 comments
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Oto192 viewsThis is my last remaining oto, taken the last few days it was in QT tank after my angels attacked and killed all the otos but this one. This one had bites out of it's tail fin and top fin, but they are growing back nicely. Picture was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1/8 second, aperture 2.3, ISO 100, no flash, hand-held. Cropped with Photoshop, cloned out some water spots, slight color adjustment, USM applied.1 comments
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Land Hermit Crab134 viewsThis was taken a day or so after getting my first three crabs. This shot was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1/100, aperture 10, ISO 100 using the flash, hand-held. Cropped in Photoshop to resize, and USM applied.
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Cana225 viewsCana climbing on driftwood. This shot was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1.10, aperture 2.0, no flash, hand-held. Cropped in Photoshop, cloned out part of a rock that was blown, USM applied.3 comments
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rooting anubias nana111 viewsThis is a different plant in the same tank. I'm still learning how to take the photos and edit them- next time I'll remember to leave the date block option off, as this one is directly over the rooting I was attempting to capture.
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Front View with Corny Sign185 viewsI couldn't resist adding the corny "No Fishing" sign. This photo was taken about a month after planting. You can see the crypts taking on a more reddish hue and elongated leaves, as opposed to the oval green leaves they had when initially planted.
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"Albino" Barb127 viewsAlthough not a true albino, this derivitive of the tiger barb is one of my favorite fish. I'm not certain as to why people insist on calling this stunning fish "albino", but nevertheless it is the common name. Albino barbs can be found almost everywhere, as can tigers and green barbs. This was cropped from a photo of schooling barbs.
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Me, the ram is also there somewhere!177 views
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Serpae Tetra's etc209 viewsMiddle left backround - Rhino pleco
Right backround - Chubby Oto
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Otocinclus ("Oto")121 viewsVery shy, and extremely sensitive to its surroundings, these little fishes are a delight to watch! They are also quite efficient algae cleaners for their size (grows upto 2-1/2 inches).
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