Joe's Photo Dump

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Jschoon, Nov 28, 2009.

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    Jschoon VIP Member

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    Decided that this pic would be good to start a thread with misc pics of whats going on.

    So I came home yesterday with a new pump for my scrubber and some more LR rubble and here is where one of the clowns decided to hang out...

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    Picasso Seahorse Whisperer

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    How the heck did he get in there? Cute shot!

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    Haha! Fish find their way into the weirdest places. Luckily your guy is safe and sound! You may want to figure out how he got in there and try to block it off. Plastic mesh from the garden section of Home Depot or Lowe's does a pretty good job.
     
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    Clowns are either the dumbest or smartest fish there are.
     
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    Yesterday I moved a rock to make it a bit more stable. This evening I was just staring into the tank and I found this feather duster. I have had this rock since I started the tank two years ago and I have never seen this. It is in the center hole of the rock.

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    Looks like you also have some bubble alge as well.
     
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    It is almost gone. I have spent a great deal of time scrubbing each rock trying to get rid of it. What a pain in the rump that stuff is.
     
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    yeah I know I had it too. I hate that stuff.
     
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    I have had a couple little bubbles before but it never spread. :x:
     
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    Man I have had a few fish jump into the overflow in my day, made me glad it wasn't the floor! Of course my jawfish did that rip :(
     
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    Try a Zero Edge tank. I have had dozens of fish jump or get washed overboard!
     
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