29 gal. pics

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by Borisbbadd, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. I thought I would share a few pictures of my 29 gallon community tank.
    They are kind of on the dark side, but that is what I was trying for. Let me know what you think...........:camera:

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  2. Lucy

    LucyModeratorModerator Member

    It looks great! Nice job. :)
  3. bolivianbaby

    bolivianbabyFishlore LegendMember

    Looks awesome!! I really like how the plants are set up.

  4. Amanda

    AmandaFishlore VIPMember

    Looks awesome!

  5. iloveengl

    iloveenglWell Known MemberMember

    Looks great! :D
  6. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    Beautiful ^^ Plenty of places for the fishies to hide and feel safe too, looks really nice
  7. Shawnie

    ShawnieFishlore LegendMember

    looks like a fun place for fishies! great job
  8. OP


    Thank you,

    I like the way that it looks, but the idea of real plants keeps creeping into my thoughts. :;dk

  9. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    I'm a little the same, I see how the real plants look and my fake ones never look as good :( But real plants still scare me lol.
    You've done a really good job on the fake plants though, it looks great :)
  10. OP


    My sentiments exactly............:;juggle
  11. btate617

    btate617Well Known MemberMember

    Looks really good, nice job.

  12. lorabellWell Known MemberMember

    great job!!!! love the plants!!!
  13. Shawnie

    ShawnieFishlore LegendMember

    I was so the same way...but i got into the low lights and they are a great addition to tanks....but im still not into the higher end plants as ive no money to invest in better lighting....my fish tanks and fin babies keep me well up to par with the money i make hahaha.....but any java type plants, anubias, and wisteria(among a few others im sure members have) are great beginner plants that need nothing but standard lighting ..mine do great .
  14. OP


    My wife has ordered me some java moss and some java fern.
    I was thinking that I would tie it to the drift wood, and see what happens.

    She has always wanted me to try real plants. I've always put it off, but now I think I've put my foot in my mouth..............:eek:

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  15. Shawnie

    ShawnieFishlore LegendMember

    ahhahaha hope your foot was clean ;D LOL
    tie the moss down too or it just gets stuck in your filter intake..or use sponges or media over the intake...that way you dont have it all stuck in your filter area....my fish love it ...and again, the ferns and moss are easy without extra care needed...good luck randy ;)!

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