I've taken on a project in the past 6 months. Restoring the fish tank at my local library.
They best way to describe it before would be "Dead for 3 years with a 1/2" layer of I don't want to know what... plus the water was near black" Yeah... it was THAT bad...
Anyways. Because of where it is placed, in the center of the room, it is viewable from all sides (well, one end has been blocked off by the filter/heater/other stuff... also a potted plant)
So, I need ideas for how to scape this thing! We have a 65w compact florescent (donated by a generous LFS who is sponsoring the tank
) and no CO2 (and no plan of getting it, for many reasons) so it's a basic tank. it has flourite/gravel mix; no ferts as of yet, but I might get on that. Oh, and it's a 20L. Right now it's just a bunch of random plants randomly placed! And everyone says "Oh, fish girl [my "official" title] that's the prettiest tank I've EVER seen!" and I show them pictures of my WIP tanks at home and their jaws drop... So, not too super hard to impress, but I want it to look better then it does now
So, anyone have pictures of tanks that are/can be viewed from both side (front and back) and maybe the end too (that's not as hard)
The tank as it currently stands, front, side, back. (It has grown a bit since thoes pictures, but you get the idea...)
If you know the precise location of this tank, PLEASE keep it to yourself.
If you know where it is, and would like to tackle the tank with me, send me a PM I guess. And no, I will not tell you if you just want to know. It's like posting your address publicly.