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Old 07-31-2009, 03:03 PM   #21
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Beautiful, I love it, is that the new rock or is this the "before" picture??

Love the fish though, I think Im going to pick up 2 ocellaris clowns today
Thanks, This is the before, There is 100lbs now soon to be 150. I get the rock next week. I have the D70 I'll try for full tank shot later.
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Oh ok, sounds good, cant wait

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Sharkbait here is something different, a side shot through the tank.
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Sorry i cant figure out how to rotate it here.
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Sharkbait here is something different, a side shot through the tank.
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Sorry i cant figure out how to rotate it here.

I like it ALOT, I have to post the pictures of my CC sea star and my new clowns , cant wait to hear what you think!
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I like it ALOT, I have to post the pictures of my CC sea star and my new clowns , cant wait to hear what you think!
Hmmmmmmm?????????? I've heard that somewhere else, I think.
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