Photo #2 - My White Clouds And One Gold Cloud. Really Hard T...

Submitted By: Keith Llewellyn on
Photo Caption: My white clouds and one gold cloud. Really hard to take a photo of them, they move so quickly! And no, my water isn't that colour, it's the flash (which i had to use so as not to take pictures of vague blurs...).
corals inverts - caridina japonica - japonica amano shrimp stocking in 10 gallons tank - Two of my Japonica shrimp feeding off the bogwood.
freshwater fish - epalzeorhynchos frenatus - rainbow shark stocking in 10 gallons tank - My white clouds and one gold cloud. Really hard to take a photo of them, they move so quickly! And no, my water isn't that colour, it's the flash (which i had to use so as not to take pictures of vague blurs...).
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Bit of a shoddy pic, and all my fish are hiding! Gives the jist though. Please rate, and be honest...I'm new, so I'm looking for suggestions and advice.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Little ten gallon tank, first one. A few white clouds, one of the gold variety, two rainbow/coldwater plecs, and four Japonica shrimp, all in stable water and nice surroundings. I've tried to keep the decoration simple and natural looking, with the centrepiece being a fantastic piece of bogwood that provides shelter and fun for my fish.
Advice: Think things through but be confident, and make sure to ask questions if you don't know something rather than waste a lot of time and effort.
Fish Kept: White Cloud Minnows, two rainbow plecs, four Japonica shrimp
Corals/Plants: Fake
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Music is Magic; Magic is Life

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