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post #1 of 4 Old 03-20-2010, 09:13 AM Thread Starter
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Any Suggestions For Moving Rocks?



Any suggestions to move rocks to make it look better aesthetically? I will also take suggestions of places to add rocks, and please include a relative size.

This is a cool shot of my Chalk Basslet that lives in the bottom right corner or in the middle of the rock.

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post #2 of 4 Old 03-20-2010, 03:40 PM
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That Chalk Basslet is beautiful!

I like the way you have your rock setup. I don't know if I would change it any. I would add a few rocks to the top of your structure, mayeb about a 7" X 13" piece on each side... (that is an approximation, I would say add 10-15 more lbs...)



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That Chalk Basslet is beautiful!

I like the way you have your rock setup. I don't know if I would change it any. I would add a few rocks to the top of your structure, mayeb about a 7" X 13" piece on each side... (that is an approximation, I would say add 10-15 more lbs...)
I think I might get some arches and put them on both sides. I like your suggestion too. Before, my tank had a one tower in center. It was my Dad's idea to change it like that. I still think I will keep the center open to allow room for swimming.

I moved the arch in the middle during my W.C. this morning. This is the pic:



I also got a mini shot of my Mandarin that I am thinking about naming Many-rin


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The colors on that Mandarin are so pretty. Nice pic.

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