11 January 2016

overheads

I do enjoy overhead views, but it's really hard to get a good photo of it all. Here's the last one I did of the thirty-eight for comparison. Looking so much fuller now!
Last one on the tenner (it was a long time ago). My patching job in photoshop is not so great- and here I took the pic of the right side at a different angle (to avoid a glare from window, even with the curtains drawn) so couldn't make it line up right.
Closeup of the left side- I really love how my anubias barteri is looking. Shading its side and moving the light strip to the back of the tank really helped this plant.
On the right, I swear the fake skull is looking a bit whiter, maybe that nasty black algae on it is dying off now.
You can see how the two ludwigias look different- the one on the left has more olive-green leaves than the one on the right. More vivid purple undersides, too. But I don't know if it's a different variety, or just had different growing conditions from each other.

4 comments:

Hkiwi1846 said...

If you cut the Anubia at every 2 nodes new plants will grow from the cuts. It's a fantastic way to make more plants.

Jeane said...

That's a great idea, thanks!

Hkiwi1846 said...

Anytime! I don't know why I'm showing up as hkiwi1846 now I'm Keeley

Jeane said...

You must have the Hkiwi name still in a profile somewhere, whatever you're logged in as when you comment. I bet you can change it.