Almost but not quite. I see the focus in the blue circle here:Bob Vivian said:Does anyone else see it this way?
My eye isn't lead much of anywhere.
The tenellus foreground is awfully dark. In my tanks a tenellus foreground tends to be dark, but not that dark unless there is something grown into it -- like moss, riccia, algae, etc. I suppose that the color in the photo could be an adjustment, it could be a feature of the film or the foreground might be infested with something.
The foreground is ugly, but the choice of fish is worse. I don't like seeing fish kept in a tank where they can't be maintained. It makes me wonder what happens to them when they get a little bigger. It's bad enough when I see a 1.5 liter box with a baby angelfish. What do you suppose happens to these fish when they get a little bigger? Are they destined for a dinner plate?
I've been critical about a lot of other tanks, but in most cases I would happily have those tanks in my home. I wouldn't want this one.