Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Clarksville, TN
Been off the site for a few years
Hello, anyone who happened across my thread. I've been off he site for several years, retired the ol' tanks I had when I was active back in the day here. Since then though, I have expanded my set ups. There have been several tanks I have set up and broken down, most recently was my 75 gallon. With good reason, though, as I have a completely new canvas to work on just sitting in the other room from me. As a result of that breakdown, I tossed together a 40b as a farm tank, that has so much shoved in it I barely see the fish anymore. It's all good though. Patience is the key and I have learned that, and am constantly reminded of it too.
So here I share the only thing worth looking at right now, and it is a mess.. Absolute mess. But I love it
Bump: couldn't figure out how to remove a pic once I drug it to the post, so I should mention that the last pic s my second current project tank. This is the Shrimp King tank from Dennerle in Germany. This will be a shrimp tank for me, I intend to stock it with Cardinal Sulawesi shrimp once it is ready. It is not going to be located at that spot on my desk, I was trying to find the right place for it... more to come later on that though.
My main focus will be on this next project tank. I built the frame myself, gave my husband my idea of what I wanted the skinning on it to look like and let him have it. He made it a beautiful piece of forever furniture. This stand will last forever, it is well built and gorgeous. I had a 65 gallon tank built by Glass Cages and they did a phenomenal job, I am so stoked over this set up! I have my ATI sunpower 6 bulb fixture just waiting for something to grow under it. I will be using dragon stone and manzanita scraps I have stored from my buddy D... This will take a while before I even add water, I have no real vision for it so I will play around until it comes to me..