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Finished planted 55 gallon restoration
Not too shabby for a tank found on the side of the road.
Your tank and fish are beautiful! Job well done!
Nice job, Herky. Beautiful angels and great aquascaping. I really like it, very much.
Thank you guys. My family and friends have all gasped in amazement; they've never seen anything like it. Being here on the forum, with all of you who are knowledgeable in the hobby and have seen planted aquariums before and you all saying you like it means a lot.
I've never attempted anything like this before, so I must have done something right. Being a bit of a perfectionist, when I look at it I see things that I don't quite like, plants out of place and such..but overall I'm pretty pleased with it, I can't wait until the plants fill out a little bit. It was worth the time and money I put into it. I don't regret it one bit.
wow!! what a wonderful job you've done of that,
you should be very proud of all your hard work.
I LOVE your tank and you fish look beautiful!!
Looks good!!! Would be interesting to see monthly updates to track the growth.
Like, really good. Cant wait for the backdrop to start filling in, plus the discus to get bigger. Monthly updates will need to be a must!
here is my ignorance showing. what type of fish is that in the fifth picture. i believe its a discus. but i think i should ask first...
i am just getting back into aquariums so i a little rusty.
Gorgeous tank by the way!
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