A photograph that I have taken using my Canon IXUS 145 digital camera. Part of my Hadrian’s Wall photo album.
This photograph was taken at a visit to Hadrian’s Wall in Northern England.
● CAMERA AND PHOTOGRAPH DETAILS
○ Photograph Title: Stream Between Trees - Shot 3
○ Date Photograph Taken: 17 August 2016
○ Camera Maker: Canon
○ Camera Model: Canon IXUS 145
○ Megapixels: 16
○ F-stop: f/3.2
○ Exposure Time: 1/640 sec.
○ ISO Speed: ISO-100
○ Exposure Bias: 0 step
○ Focal Length: 5 mm
○ Max Aperture: 3.34375
○ Metering Mode: Pattern
○ Flash Mode: No flash, auto
Did a water change finally. I should be doing it every week…
Pruned the rotala hedge down like I said. It’s such a pain catching all the pruned debris with a net. Don’t want any of it rotting in there. Also took some of the pruned stems and planted them at the left side. Trying to extend the group over towards the side, so I removed some java fern and amazon sword leaves to prevent heavy shading in that area.
I may have accidentally disturbed the substrate, pulling both humus out and possibly two substrate tablets (humus is brown, but some white dust came out and I made sure once it started coming out, to pull as much of it out as I could before it leached into the water column.) It’s not an easy task avoiding the tablets…
music by me
July 11, 2020 I am taking today off, trying to reset my mental health and remain calm before another week of hard work. I’ll be reading, tidying my room, planning, and spending plenty of time with my family. How do you keep anxieties at bay amidst stressful times?
Well I guess I found the pumpkin seed that fell into my bag of dirt
Made a Venus flytrap inspired character
plus a panda
About a month after introducing the bromeliads, and one’s already responded to the light by turning lighter in color.
I gave the front glass a cleaning inside. It’s surprising how dirty the glass gets even with deionized water somehow? Like it’s bacteria or something else growing on it.
I water the bromeliads about once a week, maybe less. I just make sure the cups are filled a bit, but other than that they’re low maintenance.
My little one happened upon some nightshade growing near our garden beds yesterday! We made sure to look up whether or not it was a poisonous plant before messing with it and found out its Black Nightshade and not poisonous. So we’ll be hopefully transplanting it to a better spot where its less likely to be trampled.
Still debating if it was worth all the mosquito bites to get the pictures 😂
“Kind words are like honey- sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.”
- Proverbs 16:24