Re-scape!

Discussion in 'Full tank shots' started by scubaspew, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. scubaspew

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    Did some minor rearranging in the tank tonight, a full tank shot, my corals are little pissed at my and my skimmers working overtime! well I was trying to locate a small lost frag with my hand in the tank, my emerald crab came around the corner of a rock and pinched one of my fingers with his pinchers!:gay1:
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    Very nice tank! I say turn the little punk into a mini crab cake. [​IMG] + [​IMG] = :dance:
     
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    Thanks gentlemen, trying to plot out my final aquascape, since I have a nice shelf piece currently curing with one other softball size rock that used to be in my tank. In a week or so I will do my last re-scape for hopefully a long time. I'm going to attempt to take almost everything out, add a new layer of sand(live sand since the tank is already established would be somehow better?) This is what I am thinking at the moment, then I will place the rocks back in one at a time with careful and calculated motions, then the corals, trying to map out what I like about the current arrangement and what I will change and how I will fit these two extra rocks into the mix and not lose any more sand bed space and yet give myself more room for more corals!
     

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