75g Peninsula Before/After

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    Ulta REEFER

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    This is my 75g that I just tore down(& Sold off) because of move cross country.

    Before/After:
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    mariobrothersleeve squirrel

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    What type of coral is that mtn. Dew looking one?
     
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    Ulta REEFER

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    lol, pop can got left in the freezer too long and needed to cool down my tank on a sunny day >_<
    Make a cool pic tho
     
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    Jeremie

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    Lol, when I first saw the can I thought it was some strange photography voodoo used for focus or lighting. Your explanation makes a lot more sense.
     
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    mariobrothersleeve squirrel

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    Nice tank btw.
     
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    Love those pics. Still trying to figure out how to take good photos of my tank. Usually end up with something that looks too blue. Any suggestions?
     
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    Holy Giant Frogspawn, Batman! Nice tank.
     
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