Hi everyone! I'm usually lurking on the website, but I'm a big fan of this forum and the great information it has. I hope this helps express my gratitude to you all! I recently wrote an article on shrimp macro photography for Photography Life, and they published it! I hope you enjoy :)
Hi guys, well it's been a while and I hope you're all doing well. I'm back with pics from this years champs hosted by SCV which was a great success again and seems to be really building some momentum now. It was great to meet even more interstate shrimpers, put more names to faces and of course catch up with our old shrimp mates again. We hope to see you there next year too!
I'm going to start by posting some pics from the Native Species class, a class which is generally under-appreciated and under-represented in both the show and the wider hobby. Hope you like them...
First 2 pics are Riffle Shrimp (Australatya striolata) from Paul O'Leary having a feed on my food formula.
Pic 3 is another Riffle from fishmosy which was from the group which collected 1st place in the Native class.
Remaining pics are Caridina sp. indistincta C also from fishmosy. A beautiful species which was still colouring back up by the end of the show. Imagine how good they look fully settled in.
Also ready to go are pics from the Cherry Shrimp class. Enjoy!
A week years old fry found a shelter near a Nerite.
By Paul Minett
Since the warmer weather the riffles are in gear and starting to breed.
By Rob of Bob
Here's my best photos from my three foot Chameleon and CRS community tank. There's mini pellia and Pearl Moss in the pics, and I took the photos with my four year old HTC Incredible S.
Hope you like them.