Can I have the full Hi-Res for wallpaper purposes please?
Here you go, you can get a larger version here, just right click (didn't keep the monster original file size though): http://www.flickr.com/photos/18984651@N05/5593765507/
Absolutely stunning tank.
The light is just perfect!
Holy mackerel! I'm speechless. That lighting system is beyond belief, and I think takes LED lighting to another level.
Thanks Vaughn, appreciate the feedback!
Do you fine the roselines bully the discus and disturb them?
I had this issue in the past.
Nice wood layout and lighting.
I also like the 3D backgound attached to the overflow, that hid the box very well.
I did this to an older tank I had so you could not see it and attached plants to it. No plants here, but some floating species could be used if you wanted to.
I have some nice wire and quick release suspension stuff you might be find more attractive for the light bar. PM if interested.
I like the light a lot.
The brass valves are 10X better than the stiff, PVC ball valves.
They often do not even cost a whole lot more. I've set up all the client's with these vs the PVC. At some point, I'll do this.
Nice end result, I know you spent a lot of time on it, but.......you got the goal you where after.
Thanks Tom, appreciate it! Yes, I worked a lot on this tank, I'm just glad it's over...for now. No, the roselines are calm as can be. Never seen them mess with the discus. They stick to the lower parts of the tank. Really cool watching them school through the 'roots'.
And yeah the brass gate valve is a must when fine tuning flow. Almost impossible to do with a PVC ball valve. I'll let you know about the suspension cables, thanks for the offer
Nice. Display only, or do you wish to breed?
Thanks. For now, display only. I've read that wild discus will do fine in tapwater, but they won't breed unless you start messing with the TDS/ph, not something I want to take on at this time.
This is like the kind of tank that a German or Norwegian would put together.
You don't see people in the USA taking this as seriously very much.
Thanks. And that's a good point. Tank setups in Europe are just insane!