April POTM - Far away shots!

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    little_fish Moderator

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    Lets see what you got!
     
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    MitchReef reef noobie, since 1986

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    This is a picture of my beautiful, amazing 120G In-wall reef tank....far, far away from being done!!!!
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    Careful....chair corals can be very demanding :lol:
     
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    MitchReef reef noobie, since 1986

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    Easy Salty!!!!! Those are rare and unusual LE Chair Corals!!!!
     
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    lol...usually dont survive being fragged either
     
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    MitchReef reef noobie, since 1986

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    That depends....it is very difficult to cut a frag, but if you pick the mother colony up by the top and give it a full arm swing against a telephone pole it makes great fragments!!!!

    Sorry about the hijack, but that is my "Far Away" picture!!!!
     
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    My tank from afar. :D
     

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    dixiegirl21191 Reef Junkie

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    My pico
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    2XAl Salt Addict VIP Member

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    Not sure how far away you had in mind but I'll play:
    90 gallon in my kitchen:
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    my old 54 corner (In the process of re-cycling now for something different):
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    Here's my tank as viewed from my 2 year old toddler. ;)


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    Wicked cool shot! But you gotta build that kid a viewing platform. Thats like covering 2/3 of the tv screen when elmo's world is on. Just aint right :mrgreen:
     
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    :shock:AHHHHH NO GOD NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen: love this photo Dennis:Cheers:
     
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    ZyberGoby Because I'm clever VIP Member

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    heres mine for the month


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    Civicdemon Go Big Or Go Home !

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    Here my pic for the month !!!!

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    Hey civic, where did you get your background from?
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Now you're just toying with us, D ;) We all know your dog took that photo.
     
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    LOL.... First of all, he's taller.
    Second, his hair grew out and I don't think he can see good enough to take the shot. ;)
     
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    Fresh Tank less than a week old... It has you thinking of all the things you can do in there doesn't it

    ..........."In the beginning God said Let there be LIGHT!!"[/COLOR][/COLOR]
     

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