It's ice cold outside, so I figured I'd take pictures of things that were warmer today. I pulled out the tripod and the nicer lens for these images.
Updated 12-06-2013 at 10:19 PM by melev
You can never get too many pictures, right? Shot tonight with a Nikon D90.
Drew's red Acropora - it's a very quiet grower in my system.
Its been a few months since I've last updated. Here are a few photos of the tank from last night.
Nothing really happening with the tank right now, just letting it hang out and do its thing. I've recently just completed a mini energy/utility use audit in an effort to reduce my overhead/operating costs on my system. I can successfully say that I was able to lower my utility bills considerably by swapping out a 250w MH for a Kessil light and a number of smaller minor equipment tweaks.
I have many, many blogs to catch up on, but I'll start with an easy one, some new addition photos.
And here are a few coral that have been existing in my tank for a little while:
Here are a few pictures I took over the past couple of days, but check out this link first. Tim came over yesterday to help with the tank move and posted up his nice pictures on DFWMAS:
These are some iPhone pictures: First, here's my biggest acropora, with light blue tips.
A view from the end of the tank after rearranging the corals in the