Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by tristanfish, Sep 10, 2016.
Honestly, I slowed down because I thought no one really cared. Hahaha
Believe me we care, I would not spend time reading your thread for more than 2 hours if I did not care. Your photos are awesome and I also like to see a well cared tank with so much passion and dedication of keeping healthy corals and fishes and to share with the group is much more appreciated.
Check a few pages back and instagram
Thank you so much. Indeed. Takes us a life time to care for these wonderful creatures. Thanks for your support. I have like gazillions of pictures
I always get my daily dose thanks to your IG
New to your thread! Will definitely have to check back. What’s your Instagram?
Love the pics! I just followed your IG.
Amazing! Thank you @BkReefBaby!
Welcome and thank you!
Been following your page for some time now...we need updates on that new system you’re setting up!
Please keep posting pictures and updates, they are truly beautiful!!
Both of your photo threads are dangerous places to visit ... and yet ... I cannot look away . . .
Thank you Bruce, don’t be afraid. It will all be ok
Going back to an old one here, but are all three of these tanks tied into one system?
I know this coral may be from a while back but is this a Symphillia Wilsoni colony? That's a beauty and so are majority of your collections!!
Nice compositions and colours of your corals ... either you're in the creative industry or professional photographer?
That indeed it is. It’s still in my tank and spans around 1 foot all around. Yes, 1 foot.
I’m not a professional photographer at all. Picked up the camera about 2yrs Ago. I just love this hobby and capturing the beauty of each and every piece I have is my goal.
Only the frag tank and larger one are connected.
This bowerbanki is incredible. It’s over a foot across with heads that are as big as 1.5” in diameter. Color are red, orange, purple, yellow, mustard, pink, blue.
The magnificent 7 Bowerbanki
Amazing coral and photography.
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