My two tanks

Discussion in 'Photography' started by George Farmer, 2 Jun 2008.

  1. George Farmer

    George Farmer Founder Staff Member

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    This is the view from my hallway into my living room.

    I'm going away for 4 months from July, so I'm not sure what to do with them...

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  2. Dan Crawford

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    You know what to do with them mate......cling-film and a trip to Daventry! ;)
     
  3. planter

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    WOW what a view :D
     
  4. LondonDragon

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    Nice photo George and nice view :) I can also "babysit" those tanks hehe
     
  5. aaronnorth

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    Stunning 8)
     
  6. ceg4048

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    Sweet one mate. 8) Yeah I could borrow it for a while. Can you DHL it? Dan has enough tanks. :p

    Cheers,
     
  7. TDI-line

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    Nice view George, i suppose you could always drain down the tanks, and then plan more new scapes for your return.

    But that just leaves the problem of all that stock.... :D
     
  8. Ivanmx

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    OMG !!!


    its beautiful!! :D


    i think that the option is drain the tank or that someone take care of them!
     
  9. Arana

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    Stunning :D

    I'd say you have about 6 weeks to train the kids up... the responsability would be good for them and it would help them cope with daddy being away.
     
  10. beeky

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    From previous posts I think he has pretty well trained already!
     
  11. Fred Dulley

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    Looks really good.
    Almost commical when the two sizes are compared.
    The nano light wouldn't happen to be the 18W Solaris lamp would it? Or is it the 11W light that came with the PFK cube?
     
  12. George Farmer

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    Thanks, all!

    It's an 18w PC T5 from Aquadistri.
     
  13. Garuf

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    There are some available from Portuguese shops, I asked FOAA about them and he showed me a link, I'm awaiting a reply, it could be possible they're the same ones?
     
  14. George Farmer

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    No idea. Jeremy Gay gave me this one.
     
  15. Garuf

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    Ahh, that's the supapet one, same one that comes with the aquacubes I believe.
    The one's I'm referring to are proper luminaires, just for small tanks. As per FOAA treescape.
     

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