I finally reset my old saltwater tank that got killed by Irene in 2011. I kept trying to give the tank away, but I just couldn't do it.
Lol I totally get it, thats why I always keep needing extra storage hahaThanks! A bit of feels with this tank.
I've been thinking about trying some live-bearers, but I don't really have any plans. Any ideas?
I generally agree, and I don't have hardscape centered in any of my rectangular tanks. However, with this bow front tank, any tech looks more square when centered. I have the filter and heater right on the centerline, and I just moved the wood to hide them from a central view. I may try another wood arrangement from your suggestion, but this piece is a bit oversized for this tank, so I don't have as many options.That looks good. Just a suggestion, I would move the wood off center (rule of thirds). You certainly can leave it centered, but by moving it off-center you create eye flow away from the wood as you add more plants, etc. With the wood dead center the eye doesn't know which direction to go. Usually things look more natural that way as opposed to a man-made object.