Ready For Winter (I)
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2005-09-30 4:35]
One thats not from Eastearn Europe would maybe have a hard time understand the "essence" you captured here, Greg ! I know I do ! And if I may say you images are getting better and better !
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-09-30 4:42]
Wonderful shots,presentetion and note.Excellent work!Thanks for sharing...:-)
- pompey (2774)
- [2005-09-30 5:14]
Wow what a strange aquarium you have, i love the idea and it's certainly different, Greg.
An excellent collage of stuff that we normally wouldn't see.
Thanks for sharing.
- Mousehill (754)
- [2005-09-30 5:30]
Great note and a wonderfull clarification about your collage of freshwater animals/plants. I look forward to the continuing story about further developments during the winter. TFS,
Hi Greg, nice to meet your friends in your freshwater aquarium. How big is this tank? These photos are all good shots, very clear to see. So do they turn into insects and what happens to them then? I do find it all very interesting, thank you my friend.
Very nice presentation.You can find subjects everywhere to post;).Every frame are very interesting and well composed.Thanks for sharing.
PS.Yes we are happy about the score of our team;)Where is Joanna?
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-09-30 7:50]
I love your non conventional aquarium. What a great way to learn and study your environment better. The photos and presentation are excellent. Nice job.
- livios (16942)
- [2005-09-30 12:04]
Grzegorz, to me, they're showy. One must consider the conditions on which they were taken.
I do enjoy the results. It's a very nice ideal. Keep on bringing them.
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2005-09-30 14:48]
You poor boy,
I thing it's realy hard for you when winter is coming. I like winter, but I'm also sad to see no more insects, I think today was the last day for me seeing dragonflies and a hornet.
It will be cold in the nights, so they are going to die.
Your hobby is very interesting and I like today's collage very much, a little dark but this gives a mystic spirit, I like it.
Very well done, I always like to look at your photos and read your notes, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-09-30 15:33]
Greg I love, very interesting post and very much in the spirit of TN 8/10 Excellent work.
- Graal (5100)
- [2005-09-30 15:42]
czego tu nie ma, dużo żyjątek wodnych pokazałeś.Bdb jakość i fajny pomysł.
- cedryk (5270)
- [2005-09-30 17:31]
Czesc, a wiec tak wyglada Twoj podwodny ogrod zimowy :-) Jesli chodzi o 3 to na pewno nie gabki, raczej mszywioly mszywioly albo ewentualnie jakies drobne parzydelkowce. Fajna fotka. Niestety nie bede mogl byc na Interstone :-( Serdecznosci. Michal
- carper (8439)
- [2005-10-01 4:04]
it's a very good serie greg,
good informative, very nice shots,and yes when the winter comes there are a lot changes, very good job,
Bardzo fajne zdjęcia, szkoda że nie zrobione w naturze , ale i tak super.
Dobre zdjęcia dydaktyczne.
- thistle (9282)
- [2005-10-04 12:29]
Your ideas are amazing :)
The presentation, the photos, but first of all the idea of showing these tiny creatures are great.
This is no doubt one of the most interesting posts on TN.
VERY WELL DONE & TFS
It is taking me a while to check out the postings that I missed, but I start now and here go the questions...
Well done on this by the way, well presented, and great notes.
First a general inquiry as to the lighting in this micro world. Is it not a good idea to add some extra lighting for photos, or
will this harm the life forms?
#1. What is "branchias"?
These look like small scorpions.
Are they much larger or smaller than say, perhaps the damselflies of your latest post?
#2. "After budding"? What does this mean?
Is it not a creature, but a plant?
Is the entire thing a young one or just the part hanging down at the bottom?
#3. Are we looking at the fine dotted substance that is clinging (quite artfully), on the branches of this plant?
#4. This is my favorite, (less scary than #1, and easier to identify its boundaries.)
Larva of what?
Will it stay transparent?
How large is it, or will it get, and is it more a predator or prey for the other lifeforms in your aquarium?
Thank you for sharing this with us.
(And for putting up with all my inquiries ... :-))
- Circe (86)
- [2005-12-03 23:34]
Desde luego se nota la gran evolucion de las primeras a las ultimas fotografias, excelente seguimiento, ha sido un placer aprender con tu trabajo en todos los sentidos, fotografica y biologicamente hablando.