Originally Posted by Ziggy953
I appreciate you taking the time to read through my thread. I hope you will learn from the mistakes I made and improve on the things I do that work. One thing I can say for sure is this hobby is a constant learning process. There are a lot of ways to do the same thing and you just have to find the one that works best for you.
Take some time and read through the article section of this site as well. There is a lot of great information available that will help you get things going on the right foot.
I do occasional go back and look at the pics of corals and the tank in general to see how things are progressing. I literally have thousands of pictures of my tank. I always photograph a coral when I first get it so I have a record of what it looked like to start out. Over the course of the first several months I will take weekly or biweekly pics of the same coral to see how it is growing. If I were to post all the pics I have it would double the length of this thread.
Again thanks for taking the time to read and make sure to ask lots of questions!! We are all here to share our knowledge and help you along the way!
is all I have to say, what an incredible journey. It's inspirational and the best education I've received to date on SW
. I'm in the process of setting up a 120 i bought 3 days ago SW
, progress is slow but steady. I would like to reach out to for your help when the time comes. I was going to build the stand but purchased the cheap one from perfecto (rated for the 120)after your experience, doing it this way increased the warranty from 1 to 20 years on the tank which is cool, I'm going to customize the appearance to suit me and not mess with the structure. Best of luck, I'll be checking back for any updates.
Talk to you soon, and thanks again for sharing your experience it is a must read for anyone getting into the hobby.