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Old 11-18-2006, 07:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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It's been a while since I posted photo updates.. soooo... here goes... Click on links for more photos.

Livingroom Aquarium ( November 2006 ):



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Guest Room Aquarium ( November 2006 ):




Hope y'all enjoy. Thanks for looking!
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What a nice touch to have a planted tank in the guess room. That would be the kinda place that I would like to stay.

The second tank pic is my favorite, it has a real natural look about it.

I'm not a big fan of fake stuff in a planted tank. In the first tank pic I would remove the castle and the stack of rocks and add more plants. But if your happy with it, that all that matters.



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Thanks for the comment, trenac.

The rocks are natural... They will eventually be engulfed by the plants growing to the right and behind them to create natural caves and bridges for the fish.

The castle will be overgrown and almost disappear into the "forest" to look like ancient ruins. That tank still has a bit of maturing to do.

More plants isn't the answer, really... Patience/waiting for the ones that are already there to regrow (from heavy pruning) is the answer
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