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Old 04-25-2011, 04:44 AM   #601
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Great lighting effects! Captions were a good idea and helped get a better idea of time. (should've used Rob Zombie for the music though)
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I just couldn't believe you changed it. Funny stuff funny stuff
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Old 04-26-2011, 08:11 PM   #604
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Wow Greenmaster, wow.. That video is cool, I had a hard enough time trying to setup 3 timers for my daylight, actinic and moonlights.. Id be there for months trying to set that up.. Awesome job on everything..

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Wow Greenmaster, wow.. That video is cool, I had a hard enough time trying to setup 3 timers for my daylight, actinic and moonlights.. Id be there for months trying to set that up.. Awesome job on everything..

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Thanks... It didn't take me months... only 2days... a total of about 6-10 hours programing/reading.
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Five years from now, nobody will run anything else but LEDs. Nice build.
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Love it how you said they look like australian clowns!
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I got some new additions... Most of these photos were taken close to sunset so the "natural" light makes everything look bad... especially at sunset it's kinda yellow.
Halloween hermits... I got 2 they are a nice size... the shell of the large one is bigger then my male clown...



I also got some other cool fish... they are really small... but they are so cool I had to get them... and they make my tank look huge. I got two red headed gobies.



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The pair up close.



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FTS can you even see the fish LOL! Remember there is some nasty light coming in from outside :p

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very nice, I just love seeing photos of this tank.
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very nice, I just love seeing photos of this tank.
Thanks, I love seeing photos of any tank... but this one especially (cause it means I got something new )
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