Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by RichieT, May 5, 2013.
omg chalice heaven.. super impressive newbies
Somebody's picture got the top spot in a Reef Builders' article. There were some other "ok" pics in there as well.... I guess
I saw that pic this AM and was "I recognize that tank"...Congrats, looking most excellent.
They stole your tank!!! Lawsuit!
Way to go, Rich! Strange that the photo credit is at the very bottom of the post.
Hey Rich, that is pretty impressive to have your photo on ReefBuilders. The jawbreaker even looks great from the backside. LoL If they only saw the top with the red and green coming in.
So, when are you going to do that BAR photo workshop?
Lol. I had to get them to add even that. I guess they way their set-up works is whatever picture they put as the cover photo for some reason it doesn't let them put text underneath it. But when I asked they were really nice and put it in there somewhere
I don't think anything is set in stone. Probably something next year. I've been brainstorming on ways to make it useful to everyone since everybody has a different camera and different lighting. I have a few ideas.
You have some of the most colorful corals Ive ever seen
Thanks. More than welcome to swing by anytime
I just modified their HTML/CSS and you can easily put text right under the photo. Check out the photo attached. Maybe they just didn't know how to and/or weren't willing to.
These are just a few of the colonies I have been growing out for the last few months. Things are starting to look really great. I'm about ready to take a full tank shot. Just a few more months until the sps is ready to be shown off
CC Darth Maul Favia
Rainbow Crush Frag from Chicago Growout
Rainbow Crush Frag #2 from Chicago Growout
WWC Sunrise Chalice
"Iron Man" like acans
I must be doing something really right or really wrong cause I came home a week ago to my Sunburst in three pieces again.
Get ready for a sale thread
Wow. What lights are you using? Just a 350w?
I switched to a 6 bulb t5 fixture a few months ago
Hmm - What was your reasoning? I'm leaning toward doing the same...
I am moving more towards sps
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