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my 90P as is now

Discussion in 'Aquatic Photography' started by arowanaman, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. arowanaman

    arowanaman New Member

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    this tank has been setup for about 2 years now and has changed its face a few times. Here is what it looks like now. kind of overgrown but that is what you get when you neglect it.

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  2. foofooree

    foofooree New Member

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    Wow! sure is overgrown! Can you try and resize your images? They are Huge!
     
  3. echofish

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    Wow. I like the growth. But "ditto" on the resize. :)
     
  4. arowanaman

    arowanaman New Member

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    sorry for the oversized pics I will try and get on that soon. thanks for the comments anyway
     
  5. brt_p

    brt_p New Member

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    DAMN GOOD..it doesn't need a trimm...it looks better that way..
     
  6. Orlando

    Orlando Supporting Member

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    Let it Grow! :)

    Cheers, Orlando
     
  7. arowanaman

    arowanaman New Member

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    now the tank looks so much different.... I have completly revamped this tank so many times. I need more tanks..
     
  8. Karlo

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    Beautifull tank. What are those fishes?
     
  9. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    The foreground is truly amazing in the way of textures and visual interest.even within th HC there are great undulations

    with a good trim, this could look even better than it already is.
     
  10. padookie

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    The fish in the over sized pics are microrasbora erythromicron aka emerald dwarf rasbora.
     
  11. echofish

    echofish New Member

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    may I ask what is the plant that is growing out the top of the tank?
    looks great. I like it slightly overgrown.
     
  12. permafrost

    permafrost New Member

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    i love your tank! i wish i could have an open one too, but i'm afraid my cat will love it even better (already trying to catch the fish from the outside:pirate: )
     
  13. Gennick

    Gennick New Member

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    Test, just a test

    Hello. And Bye.
     

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