I have had a very busy week this week outside of my fish room. Kids, projects, sick infants… list keeps going. One thing I was able to do was make a huge water change on my 240 gallon Mpimbwe Frontosa Tank. I changed 120 gallons of water and boy did they every love that!
I also borrowed my father’s Nikon D3100 digital camera. I am looking to upgrade cameras and wanted to play around with this model to see how I liked it. I just shot a few pics before the battery died, so I’ll continue to play with it this week.
Below are a few shots I took. I will also share some more through the week via my social media accounts. So if you are not following me on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, please do so!
Remember, this is the first time for me to use this camera and I am not afraid to tell you I have no idea what I was doing!
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|Yellow Tail Acei (8/365)||Yellow Tail Acei (9/365)||Yellow Tail Acei (10/365)|
|Synodontis eupterus (11/365)||Mpimbwe Frontosa (12/365)||Mpimbwe Frontosa (13/365)|
Tropical Fish Success News
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