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post #1 of 10 Old 08-08-2011, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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Smile my first aquarium

I first started this tank on the last week of June. It took me a while to figure out where I wanted stuff, and I am still thinking I need to do more with it. I really like the driftwood, but I am thinking of just saving that for my next aquarium...


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post #2 of 10 Old 08-08-2011, 02:10 PM
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Nice pics. Thanks for sharing :)

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post #3 of 10 Old 08-08-2011, 02:14 PM
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have you considered a background? i personally like to tape off and spray paint the back black on my tanks before i set them up, but since yours is already running you can always paint poster board ( or even cardboard ) to stick behind the glass. aquarium stores will also sell backgrounds in sheets for a price.

care to share more about what you have? what size tank? what filtration? i love how your already thinking about another tank!
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post #4 of 10 Old 08-08-2011, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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i have thought about a background, and i am thinking of possibly getting one sometime, everything is still setting up in my tank.

it is a 10g. i cant specify the filtration all i know is it is a basic, the whole set up was a kit. and i just bought the decorations and my aunt supplied me with the live plants.

if you look in my aquariums this one is the main tank. :)

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post #5 of 10 Old 08-08-2011, 03:04 PM
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If haven't said it already welcome to TFK Nice pictures, thanks for sharing. As mentioned a background will really help finish the look of your tank. I personally like the look of a black backgound, it helps to make the fish and the plants stand out, and you don't have to see the cords running behind the tank. For a 10 gallon you will probably pay no more than a few dollars for a background at the store. People also use poster board which works as well although it is not water proof. So if you are like me and are sometimes a little messy with your buckets it could get a bit wet. Word of caution this hobby can become highly addictive
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Word of caution this hobby can become highly addictive
lol it most certainly has already! my dad is planning on getting his 20 gal running again in the near future and i am already looking at getting at least 2 more tanks, but the problem is trying to find a place to put them lol.

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lol it most certainly has already! my dad is planning on getting his 20 gal running again in the near future and i am already looking at getting at least 2 more tanks, but the problem is trying to find a place to put them lol.
That's why they have made stands that can hold two tanks More tanks less space taken
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oh i did not know that! hmmm...now you got me thinking more lol :)

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That's why they have made stands that can hold two tanks More tanks less space taken
or if your handy, you can build a stand to hold more then 2
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or if your handy, you can build a stand to hold more then 2

Unfortunately not that handy, and too busy and not enough follow through on diy projects Had a headboard that I started making over a year ago for my bed which I never have finished Oh well maybe need to find a diy man who could work on those projects
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