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Old 05-05-2005, 02:53 AM   #1
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Photos of my bio-balls to live rock transition

I took some shots tonight of the new live rock I received today (base rock from liverocks.com for the purpose of trying to eliminate the biol-balls). The backstory on this is available in this earlier post.

The full set of photos can be found here:

http://sparhawk.sbc.edu/tank/new-rock

There are 25 shots here that I think pretty well illustrate the configuration, the rock itself and miscellaneous other bits of tank scenery.




Aquarium photography is new for me and it's not without its challenges. Photography is one of my primary loves in life, though, so I'm eager to keep exploring various methods.

I'm curious for feedback on both the transition here as well as the photos. There are lots of new lifeforms in there that I can't identify yet, so some help from our veterans here would be appreciated.

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Sorry for the two redundant attachments above. I didn't realize I had accidentally done that until I posted the article and now I can't find a way to remove them.

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