Anh's 125g Peninsula Tank

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Anhit, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

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    And last but not least the lawn mower, Shrek!

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  2. Anhit

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  3. bee505

    bee505 Supporting Member

    Sick tank and stand. Great set up.
     
  4. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Dude nice pictures! I didn't know you did photography :)
     
  5. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    Great shots there!
     
  6. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Looking good anh!
     
  7. tygunn

    tygunn Webmaster

    Wonderful shots and nice spot for a tank.
     
  8. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Great pictures, Anh - even though your tank is prettier in person!! (Now you have to come over and take pictures of my tank - hehe!!)
     
  9. wpeterson

    wpeterson Webmaster

    Beautiful tank! I love the peninsula setup, I hope to do that for our next tank if we have a larger room.

    Great coral shots.

    I've done a few rounds with bryopsis, the Kent Tech M supplement is the most effective - it's some trace/additive that kills off the bryopsis, not just elevated Magnesium.
     
  10. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Beautiful pics Anh :)
     
  11. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Thanks alot guys! I'm glad its looking this great so far. I hope the algae problem doesnt get full blown and cause me too much headaches.

    Thanks Geneva! I'll be more than happy to come by and take some pictures. Let me know when.

    Thanks Michael, I'm just starting to pick it up. It's another new expensive hobby of mine according to the wife.
     
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  12. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    So i havent updated in awhile so here it goes. I've been battling all kinds of algae and just recently finished off bryopsis and hair algae. What is now left is a couple of bubble algae that came in small on some corals and now grew out a bit so its noticeable. And the headache of them all, dino. It has subsided for now and just shows up as little bubbles here and there on the rocks.


    Now time for some growth pictures of some of my corals. Some of them are the same angle so it might be hard to tell the growth, but there its there!


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  13. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

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  14. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Shrek is awesome!

    Also that second picture of the green hammers is SHARP. What lens and camera you using?
     
  15. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Thanks Michael I was shooting with a nikon d800 with a tamron 90mm macro. I love this camera.
     
  16. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Looking good!
     
  17. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    FTS December 2014

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  18. jonmos75

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    looking good :cool:
     
  19. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Very beautiful!
     
  20. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    You did good with the algae control.

    All thanks to Shrek?
     

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