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Old 03-26-2012, 10:26 PM   #16
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Oh, I just love how you throw this whole thing together and it looks fabulous immediately. Pure. Talent.

Like the start Nick!! Looks like it will be another winner!
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Looking good, bro! I can't wait to see this tank hit it's stride.
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:23 AM   #18
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I love this hardscape Nick. ...and I know how torturous tying mini Xmas moss to branches can be because that's what I have in a 90p right now.
It wasn't that bad haha. My moss is starting to turn yellow tho . I just hope it can recover during this cycling phase, otherwise CRAP... I'll have to tie new moss on underwater and I'm positive that's not gonna be fun at all.

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Very nice Nick!

Your rescape is way ahead of mine....I'm still waiting on my replacement stand, and I still need to get aqua soil LOL!
Catch up Nathan! I thought you'd be ahead of me already. Better buy up that soil at AFA before they run out again.

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like the last scape, this one is sweet.

cant wait to see it fill in
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Oh, I just love how you throw this whole thing together and it looks fabulous immediately. Pure. Talent.

Like the start Nick!! Looks like it will be another winner!
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Looking good, bro! I can't wait to see this tank hit it's stride.
Thanks guys!

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Very nice. Like the scape. Is that moss color like that?
It's malnurished mini xmas moss lol. I sure hope it turns a new leaf soon.
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:28 AM   #19
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For some reason I started my rescaping 2 months ago and you're already done. Hahaha
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:56 AM   #20
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For some reason I started my rescaping 2 months ago and you're already done. Hahaha
Nice Cup of Joe did the trick for me. Are you old enough to drink coffee yet? lol *kidding*
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:58 AM   #21
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Nice Cup of Joe did the trick for me. Are you old enough to drink coffee yet? lol *kidding*
I actually love my standard Caramel Latte... Although it doesn't really make me go all: in the mornings

I think the problem here is I honestly have no clue which plant to plant where...
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Old 03-27-2012, 03:58 AM   #22
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For some reason I started my rescaping 2 months ago and you're already done. Hahaha
This is exactly what I was thinking when I saw how fast this tank went up.
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I actually love my standard Caramel Latte... Although it doesn't really make me go all: in the mornings

I think the problem here is I honestly have no clue which plant to plant where...
lol if you decide to visit me when you're in The Bay, I'll give you some free ADA Mags to help you conjure up some ideas. They def helped me out.

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This is exactly what I was thinking when I saw how fast this tank went up.
You need a quadruple shot Expresso bro! haha Is there such a thing?
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Old 03-27-2012, 05:07 AM   #24
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Here are some updated photos from earlier this evening. Water is crystal clear now.



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Those seiryu stones are so complex and cut. Look like large million year old rock out croppings. I'll have to start looking for rocks up in the mountains that have a similar quality. Definitely want some rock like that in my next large scape.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:10 AM   #26
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this tank is epic in person. You should host the next baaps meet bro!
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What would you say is the secret to crystal clear water? Plenty of flow?
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subscribed Its gorgeous!
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Those seiryu stones are so complex and cut. Look like large million year old rock out croppings. I'll have to start looking for rocks up in the mountains that have a similar quality. Definitely want some rock like that in my next large scape.
Good luck with the rock collecting audio. I've done my share around the Sierras and haven't found any rocks like these yet.

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this tank is epic in person. You should host the next baaps meet bro!
Thanks Tu haha. My place is wayy too small for a club meet bro and you know it. No bueno lol. Later when I get a house, for sure.

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What would you say is the secret to crystal clear water? Plenty of flow?
This: CFS 500 Soooo much better than my Eheim Pro3 POS


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Good luck with the rock collecting audio. I've done my share around the Sierras and haven't found any rocks like these yet.
I gotta try because I don't have your connections and Japan is bogarting what is left from what I've read. There are some pretty cool looking rocks up in the hills and mountains here in S. Ore. The Siskiyou mountains are particularly interesting geologically and botanically. Lots of granite, marble and other metamorphic rock. Might as well snag some Manzanita while I'm up hiking around.

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This: CFS 500 Soooo much better than my Eheim Pro3 POS
I just looked on E-bay and the Odyssea CFS 500 was a reasonable $60. What was bad about the Eheim?
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