Pics of my 55 gallon tanks & new fish

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If you use Windows & the pic is in your My Pictures folder. Right click the picture & open it with Microsoft Office Picture Manager. Choose Edit Pictures from the options across the top of the screen & then select Compress Pictures. Out of the options availabe, highlight Documents & then press ok. That's the easiest way to make pics suitable for uploading that I have found. Beats messing around with some stupid photo sharing site.
 
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If you use Windows & the pic is in your My Pictures folder. Right click the picture & open it with Microsoft Office Picture Manager. Choose Edit Pictures from the options across the top of the screen & then select Compress Pictures. Out of the options availabe, highlight Documents & then press ok. That's the easiest way to make pics suitable for uploading that I have found. Beats messing around with some stupid photo sharing site.
Thanks finally figured it out ;D
 

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Very nice fish & tanks. I like the model planes & choppers to. (I do model cars myself)
What are the take away containers being used for? Are they some sort of extra filtration?
 
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Thanks everyone!!!
I thought the two tanks, the models, and the TV formed a nice square type of thing. I have a bunch of model aircraft all over the place (aviation is my greatest love, fish are next).
The containers are my costume built filters with a 200 gph flow going through a ton of lava rock to support bb colony, because of those filters my tanks have never had ammonia or nitrite in any amount!
 
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