Most of my shots I take are using the Macro feature on the camera...it focuses pretty well most of the time! One thing I've noticed is that you can't get a focused shot without using the flash...with flash off it's almost impossible to get a clear shot unless the target is completely still.
Well on that note, here's some more random pictures!
Amano shrimp that became pregnant within a few days of adding the three of them to the tank:
This picture is cute, it loks like Apple and Halloween are cuddling :) I love Halloween's orange tinted pectorals! It's one big reason I could tell her apart from Calico in this pic.
Little Sprite is now living amongst the sorority as of a few days ago. She escaped her cup for the last time and I didn't feel like catching her again. So far she is still in mint condition, I saw her flaring and holding her ground against the all big girls, it was the CUTEST!
Lemondrop looking at a Corydora that was passing by...LOL! "Yo dis is my hood." (That's how my fish talk btw, they're all pretty much straight up G's).
Apple literally loves to get her picture taken. She will come up to the glass and just stay there motionless until I get a perfect picture of her. She never has any nips or tears in her fins either, she's so careful!:
Now this is Sprite saying to Lemondrop, "Yo dis is my turf, I ain't scared of you!!!" Look at the size difference LMAO! Luckily Lemondrop is pretty cool and isn't very aggressive at all.
(See this picture was taken without flash so it's blurry, kinda sad because if you put the flash on you won't get the same lighting of the tank in the background which looks a lot nicer):
And some updates on the new baby DT who I am almost positive is a female now. Showing blue and red coloring now :D I'm happy her tail is almost perfectly symmetrical because I just prefer it that way :D Her lower lobe is probably a little larger but not by much!