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Old 05-22-2008, 04:41 PM   #11
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Beautiful. Great looking tank. I wish I could grow a planted tank that nice.
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Old 05-22-2008, 05:58 PM   #12
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You can never have to many pics, do not apologize! Very nice indeed! Love the driftwood, plant are laid out nice as well. All I can suggest is maybe throw a background on there, nice work!
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It actually has a black background on it the room where it is has a lot of window in it and what you are seeing is the refelction of my dining room windows. Thanks your opions are greatly appreciated.
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Old 05-22-2008, 08:32 PM   #14
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Yikes, I'm so sorry! I even took a good look before I made the comment, time for new glasses!
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Thats OK Glenc I thought it was funny
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Great looking tank! I love that piece of driftwood on the right!
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The tank looks great. It should fill in nicely. I have a ton of crypts and for me they are easy, strangely enough, I have a terrible time growing java fern.
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Thanks guys and gals, yall have been very kind
Anne I am not convinced yet that all of my plants will grow very much for me except the crypts and the java fern I have some Java moss that dosen't seem to want to grow for me at all.
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very nice tank indeed

i wish i find a suitable piece of driftwood too, my tank looks pretty stupid just plants graver and fish ;((((((((
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Hi Tess. Great job you've done there!
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