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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

This BLOG is MOVING to www.reefdisorder.com

Hi all!

So, being a techno-wanna-be, I am constantly playing with new technologies (some are new, new) and some are new to me.

And I wasn't really happy with the single-threaded feel of my blog anymore. There are a lot of pictures here and some good information on reefkeeping. But, I also have another site that I was starting to build using Joomla that had my Reefkeeper Elite stats and graphs and more pictures.

Well, I trashed that too over the weekend and I have combined that site and this blog into www.reefdisorder.com!

Its all of the stuff here, plus more! And I hope to expand it greatly over time.
So, I will not be blogging here anymore.

This is my last blog post here. But, there is a new one with pictures of my pinkface wrasse over at www.reefdisorder.com. So, go check it out!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Pseudo Macro shots of my coral

Its been a bit since I posted.  Sorry for the delay.  Over the holidays I got a set of Kenko Extenders for my Canon XSi and so I finally got a chance to play with them last night.  These pictures were taken with my 18-55mm lens and the 20mm Kenko extender.  Also, they were taken in RAW format and unedited.  I simply loaded them on my computer and then had Picassa load them up to my web album.  You will notice that some are out of focus.  That's okay.  You get the idea.








































































Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Clownfish Laying Egss (with video)

The clownfish laid more eggs last night and I was lucky enough to be there to capture it on video!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

My New Addition... Torpedo Wrasse

I picked up this torpedo wrasse from NY Aquatic last Friday. It is such a rare and beautiful fish. So far, it doesn't do much other than bury itself in the sand. But, it is still alove and I am hoping it becomes social soon!









Clownfish at 4 weeks

All clownfish are doing well. I have not lost any since just after metamorphosis.

Here are some fairly recent pics, but I think they are even bigger than this now!