Tuesday, October 28, 2008


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It is REALLY hard to get a good picture of the aquarium! If I use the flash, there is reflection in the glass. If I don't use the flash, it's too dark - the shutter speed has to be so slow that the fish are blurry because they're always moving. So this picture isn't very good - but it was the best I could do. I cropped it to show a close up of some of our newer fish. Two of the angel fish are near the top (one in the center, the other over to the left) and the smaller fish that are somewhat schooled together on the right are the harlequin rasboras. You can also see one of the cherry barbs just to the right of the plants (just below the center), and near the bottom is the tail fin of the plecostomus (he is facing down on the back glass behind the heater - his favorite hiding place).

1 comment:

freebird said...

Glad you are finding fish that will make it. My daughter keeps a single fish in a fishbowl on her kitchen island. I think it's a beta and they live for about 3 years in her bowl. I got a bird but beyond that I want the furry pets I can hug and play with.