Some algae on one of my power heads in my reef tank. Colorful huh?
Today I set up some new probes on my reef tank to help monitor water parameters.
While on the WMAS Reef Tour 2012 we found this beauty of a tank at one of the houses. Not only are all the corals and fish unique and amazing looking, but just look at that huge mass of Frogspawn. It has to be the size of a basketball. It was amazing. It was definitely a Saturday morning well spent.
Today I took my kids to the Living Planet Aquarium in Sandy. It was busy but we had a blast still. This is one of the photographs I made of a frog fish. The funny thing is that at first I thought it was a rock.
Today was an amazing day. I went with a group of photographers called PhotoWalkingUtah to the Living Planet Aquarium in Sandy, UT. Not only was it amazing to start with, but then I was chosen to go behind the scenes to make some photographs! I was one of 4 people that had this opportunity and I have to say it was an amazing experience. Todays photo is one of my favorites from the day, but there are many more that I love too. Check them out at http://bit.ly/H9P8bV
Today’s photo is a macro (close up) of one of the corals in my aquarium. I had no idea there were all those little fingers on it. It was also interesting to see the little fingers open and close like hands as I was in the process of making this photo. Things can be so fascinating up close.
Picked up a few new corals today. One of my favorite is this Zoanthid.
My Long-nose hawk fish chillin’ on the bottom of the aquarium. He has no air bladder so he perches wherever he can.
Yes, just like the popular movie “Finding Nemo” these fish are friends. These are some of my longest surviving fish and I have had them for almost 5 years.