It's ice cold outside, so I figured I'd take pictures of things that were warmer today. I pulled out the tripod and the nicer lens for these images.
Updated 12-06-2013 at 10:19 PM by melev
You can never get too many pictures, right? Shot tonight with a Nikon D90.
Drew's red Acropora - it's a very quiet grower in my system.
Here are a few pictures I took over the past couple of days, but check out this link first. Tim came over yesterday to help with the tank move and posted up his nice pictures on DFWMAS:
These are some iPhone pictures: First, here's my biggest acropora, with light blue tips.
A view from the end of the tank after rearranging the corals in the
Saturday and Sunday, I moved the livestock and rock from the temporary tank to the new ones. After mostly everything was cleaned up, the lights were out and I was quietly at my computer, I spotted the 60g aquarium looked cloudy from afar. Since the water was crystal clear, I was very surprised. With a flashlight, I quickly found that my anemones were spawning - releasing sperm into the water. This happens often enough, but what got me super excited was seeing eggs blasting around in the tank.
You think you like macro shots of acans? How about microscope pictures in full color AND in 3D of the actual living animal?? This is incredible technology, and this PBS special includes thoughts from a few scientists / marine biologists about how it has changed their world.