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Old 05-11-2008, 11:02 PM   #1
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My Tank Progress Photos

I was going through some photos of my tank and figured I'd share some photos of my tank progress from a 29G to my 72G bowfront.




29G tank.





55G tank.






72G tank.

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Old 05-11-2008, 11:04 PM   #2
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Here are some recent photos.

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ohhh so marvelous
Great job!
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Very nice Tank. Wish i could do sw.
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Very nice Tank. Wish i could do sw.
Same here... I am so envious!!
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Old 05-12-2008, 07:39 AM   #6
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Same here... I am so envious!!
yep! I tried that path... alll I got was algae
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ohhh so marvelous
Great job!
Thanks Blazeyreef.

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Very nice Tank. Wish i could do sw.
It's really not that hard. Just have to take it slowly and do it right at the start so you don't have to fix it later.

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Same here... I am so envious!!
I've spent a lot of time researching before I started. It's very challenging but fun.

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yep! I tried that path... alll I got was algae
Somehow I don't get much algae in my tank. I even had to add extra nori for my snails to eat.
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It's not the labor or how "hard" it is that's keeping me from it pvh, it's the expense!
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It's not the labor or how "hard" it is that's keeping me from it pvh, it's the expense!
Oh yeah...that too. I didn't want to scare you on that one. LOL
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great great tank. Unbelievable. How long was the time from 1st pic to last?
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