Who Had The Most Impressive Tank?

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I say david1978 because he has male bettas together. And penguin02. Who do you say?
 

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david1978 has a pretty cool tank... Very unusual.. but so does stella1979 she has a great salty tank.. there are hundreds of amazing tanks on here.. there is no way to pick one that stands above the other!!
 

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I love stella1979 Culprit Lchi87 & penguin02 's salty tanks. They're all amazing. Other than that, I don't really follow any build threads but I know I've seen a ton of cool ones!
 

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I remember my old 10 gallon build thread, those were good times
 

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Silister Trench, -Mak- , Nigel95, and DoubleDutch make nice tanks. I really enjoy planted aquascapes and biotopes.
 

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scarface said:
Silister Trench, -Mak- , Nigel95, and DoubleDutch make nice tanks. I really enjoy nice planted aquascapes and biotopes.
Nigel is the boss !!!!!!
I throw in some rocks, wood and plants woohahahaha
 

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scarface said:
Silister Trench, -Mak- , Nigel95, and DoubleDutch make nice tanks. I really enjoy planted aquascapes and biotopes.
Oh yes, no doubt Nigel has some amazing aquascapes. I don't believe I've seen the others mentioned though
 

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DoubleDutch said:
Nigel is the boss !!!!!!
I throw in some rocks, wood and plants woohahahaha
Hey, there’s beauty in simplicity as well
ValerieAdams said:
Oh yes, no doubt Nigel has some amazing aquascapes. I don't believe I've seen the others mentioned though
Check them out!
 

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Thanks for the kind words everyone
 

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My salty tank isn’t that great... I have no fish and two dying corals, lol. But thanks!

Stella, Culprit, Lchi, and Lorekeeper (and more that I’m forgetting) have AMAZING salty tanks!
 

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penguin02 said:
My salty tank isn’t that great... I have no fish and two dying corals, lol. But thanks!

Stella, Culprit, Lchi, and Lorekeeper (and more that I’m forgetting) have AMAZING salty tanks!
Everyone’s salty tanks are amazing in my eyes! It could literally just be rocks in a tank lol
 

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Thanks guys! I love Nigel95 and Silister Trench's works, I'll have to take a look at DoubleDutch's!
 

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Yep, the delicate touches of Silister Trench , -Mak- , and Nigel95 really catch my eye. It's not hard to make coral look pretty... uh, because it just is. However, I'm totally jealous of the fw mountain and forest tanks, lol... not to mention Mak's incredible buce/lamp pico tank. They're all fabulous!!! Don't we always want what we don't have?

Thank you so much for all the kind words, everybody!
 

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stella1979 said:
They're all fabulous!!! Don't we always want what we don't have?
Isn't that the truth! Haha!

There's some very impressive works in the Aquascaping section. The names have already been listed of some serious eye-envy, but I'll cast my vote to Culprit. Not because his is the most impressive visually, but his 180 degree turn around when taking a peek into his early attempts to what his tank is now - what he became capable of in a rather short amount of time - was an impressive evolution.

The rest of you glorious, eye-envy hobbyist know exactly who you are.
 

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