... has made it into comic format. Who would have expected that? Enjoy - it's funny.
And speaking of humor, I saw this recently and had to share it with y'all.
In other news, I came home with two corals from Sea World last weekend. I was speaking at Capital City Coral Corral, in Austin Texas. I saw the corals and was excited to know they were grown at Sea World San Antonio.
Following the online reports of what April Fools Day pranks were playing out, I was entertained by a number of well-designed featurettes. Google had two today, Google Nose and Google Treasure Map. Vimeo became Vimeow, a website for all those cat videos you need to see. YouTube announced that by midnight the site was going to stop accepting new videos, and the staff would spend time determining the best video ever uploaded over the past eight years. Then there was George Takei's announcement
I love my anemones, so much so that I'm setting up their own tank soon. Here's a close up look at their beauty.
As I reported not to long ago, my Skimmer Swabbie's squeegee bracket broke. I received a new one in the mail on Saturday, but it didn't match what I've had all this time.
I did have to trim off the excess rubber at each end, because otherwise it would have been too tall. The groved section of the bracket is longer than
I was playing in Lightroom for a few minutes yesterday, and figured I'd really manipulate the heck out of this one picture. It's pretty amazing how something can be cleaned up, especially if you are good at this (doing it for a living). Me, I just wanted to demonstrate the difference between what came off the SD card vs. what the final result could be. I'll show you the better image first.
You can see this Frogspawn coral without annoying distractions. I used a tool to black out all