my 60 gallon beware 56k users, big images .

n3m3ss1s

New Member
I just got a camera and took some pics. Steve has been harrassing me for a week to post em. so here ya go.







I think these are hairy mushrooms. They grew from the live rock I bought.





 

dragon79

New Member
I'm suprised nobody has commented on this fantastic looking tank! Let me be the first then. Those Zoo's are awesome! Wish I had something like that. Overall everything is beautiful. I'm not used to seeing a lot of fish as most here have small tanks, but hey, your tank is one prized tank man!! Congrats! I'm sure somebody like Phischy would like this, I notice he posts in this forum as well as he owns a big tank too. Later Adrian.
 

Narkon'n'more

New Member
Very lovely tank.


The disk coral, how your other one go?
The only danger when placing them on rock is that they can move themselves an possibly fall, puncturing their thin botton side.
 

n3m3ss1s

New Member
The other disk coral is there to remind me to get another long tentacle plate coral. My tank is finally over a recovery stage. In october my lanlord (without my consent) added pesticides in my apartment. Killed a lot of my corals but none of my fish. I was not able to grow anything in my tank until now(jan). No algea would grow on glass or anywhere. As you can see the back of the tank doesn't have much algea and hasn't been cleaned since august. It is now starting to grow and have added a couple of corals. Soon enough I will find my plate coral again. :D
 

mikeguerrero

New Member
Dude,

Your tank is awesome, I love the pictures of you fish. We really don't get a chance to see fish in our tanks, the nanos that is.

Dragon you are right, Phishcy should check out this post!!!!

Take it or leave it, this tank is really killer...

Mike
 

Phischy

New Member
Yup, I saw this earlier. I'm keeping the fish in my tank to a minimum. I've got a yellow clown goby (who thankfully doesn't hide, he chills out on my pink shrooms), a false perc clown and I will add a coral beauty in a month or two. Otherwise, I plan to get alot of frags and let it all grow out. So my tank will hopefully look something like this in a year or so, and as I go I hope to upgrade my lighting.

This is an awesome tank, btw.
 

ventura

New Member
Adrian,
I am proud to say that I helped you get started in this hobby. Your doing a great job with this tank.

Chad
 

djconn

New Member
Thanks for sharing. You have some really nice looking fish...something we nano-owners don't get to see a whole lot of! :lol:
 

incysor

New Member
Really beautiful tank. Nice shots of it as well.

Try to keep your images at 600x450. This makes it easier for dial up folks to enjoy them, and it doesn't mess with the forum formatting so you have to scroll side to side to see the whole image, and then all the messages afterwords.

B
 

dragon79

New Member
scrolling side to side

The huge pictures made me feel the intensity of a much larger tank, hehe. But yeah, there are some 56K users.....hmm I think I should start a poll to see who those are, but anyway, you need to get those pictures up I took for you with my camera, those were awesome. You can probably get away with 800x600 if you want to show more detail. Most users are on a 1024x768, very few I'd think would be on the 800x600 . So for the most of us, it should view without scrolling left or right.
 
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