First try at floating reef in my new 60 gallon hexagon reef tank

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What do y'all think about my scape
Open to suggestions and comment
Please feel free to post sugestions

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That looks nice imo you could add a top piece and cap it off with a nicw piece of pukani
Yea I thought so too but like I said still have to get live rock from my local store
Live in Dayton Ohio and actually have several nice stores in town
 
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Yea I thought so too but like I said still have to get live rock from my local store
Live in Dayton Ohio and actually have several nice stores in town
 

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Now it really looks like a brain in a jar. The first thought that came to mind is: can you get behind to clean where you need to? (this is not obvious from the picture)

If this tank will be for fish it would benefit from many more caves, crevices and places for fish to hide and sleep.
 
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Now it really looks like a brain in a jar. The first thought that came to mind is: can you get behind to clean where you need to? (this is not obvious from the picture)

If this tank will be for fish it would benefit from many more caves, crevices and places for fish to hide and sleep.
Planed for that and scape is basically hollow with access from bottom through holes
 

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Planed for that and scape is basically hollow with access from bottom through holes
It's not apparent from the images, but it sounds like you've given that some thought. Best of luck! :beaming-face-with-smiling-eyes:
 
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