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My fish tank part 1

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Work in progress.  40g tank

FISH
-neons
-pearl gourami
-pearl danio
-von Rio flame tetra
-roseline shark
-oto catfish
-amano shrimp
-fork tail rainbow fish

PLANTS
-jungle Val’s
-dwarf hairgrass
-dwarf sag
-wisteria
-crypts wendtii
– staurogyne repens
-Cyperus helferi
-anubis
– two reddish plants forgot names X/

Running co2 and flourish ferts


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Travels on a Small Island

At the top of the Izu peninsula on the west coast is Heda, a small fishing village. The drive up from Dogashima offers some fantastic views of the steep, rugged coastline and, on a clear day, some of the best views of Mount Fuji across the bay.

This is looking down on another small village on the approach to Heda:

Boats in the harbour at Heda:

Pier at Heda:

At a small temple on the other side of the bay looking back towards Heda:

Views of Mount Fuji from Heda:

View from near Heda back up inland towards the Izu Highlands:

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Let's Be Friends, Let's Be Amie

After walking, climbing, walking, and waking up early to walk again, we made it to Machu Picchu: the Royal Retreat of the Incan Empire, destroyed by its own people in an effort to leave nothing behind for Pizarro and his pillaging Spaniards in their search for gold. Miraculously, Pizarro never found it. He never saw the beauty of this place. For generations Quechan families have lived in the shadows of the ruins, and some even in the ruins themselves. But it wasn’t until a prideful Hirram Bingham took photos of the place and claimed he discovered it, did the world even know it existed.

We arrived at the ruins in the morning, as the sun was rising and the stones started to glow. We took some great photos, and went down to the park gate. Even though the Trail Pilgrims can access the Park from where…

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