Submitted by melev on Fri, 01/20/2006 - 14:38
Four pictures from tonight:
My new blue Tort.
The Dendrophyllia is growing a baby polyp.
Submitted by melev on Wed, 08/31/2005 - 13:41
I got a picture of my Pseudochromis elongata tonight, right as I was feeding the tank. His little face poked out a few times, and I usually only see him 1 second each day.
I took a few pictures, and even this fish appeared fat in one of them. LOL
Submitted by melev on Thu, 06/17/2004 - 18:43
The partitian is back up protecting the Rose BTA from the cleaner shrimp and the clownfish. I had to hand feed it today, twice. The tentacles simply don't have the ability to hold the food unfortunately. With time and some TLC, I hope it'll regenerate new tentacles.
I took a number of pictures today from my 55g reef. I believe all of these are individual corals.
This coral had light-blue tips when I got it, but for now they seem to have faded. I think they'll be back.
Submitted by melev on Fri, 01/16/2004 - 06:35
Today, I only saw the new Mandarin twice, and the Porcelain Crab once. Hopefully all will go well in the days to come, and they'll be less shy and easier to find.
Here are a bunch of new pictures that I took recently:
This is the view from the right side of my 55g reef tank.
View from the left side of the same tank.
Submitted by melev on Sun, 12/21/2003 - 09:03
Taking pictures under actninic lighting only is rather difficult and results can be very disappointing. Using a digital camera, take as many as you like until you achieve success. These were taken with a Fuji S602Z under 220w of VHO '03' lights. I adjusted the camera's "white balance" setting and switching to Macro, these are the results after resizing and sharpening.