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Photo Caption: (Picture was taken with a cell phone so please excuse the fuzzy quality) This fish tank is my 55 gallon bar. This fish tank is part 2 of a 2 part wet bar in the downstairs of my house. Atop this fish tank is counter top and behind is a full bar. The insides of this fish tank include fish, plants, beer wine and liquor bottles. There are mixed drinks (gravel) and even a spilled cocktail. NOT PICTURED HERE: there is a tap built into the top of the bar and a glass that has been perm. glued down with a constant flow of pond water pumped through the tap and into the glass that then falls back through the small hole back into the tank. One of the most eye catching tanks I've ever owned because of the setup and environment around the tank as well as inside the tank.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - (Picture was taken with a cell phone so please excuse the fuzzy quality) This fish tank is my 55 gallon bar. This fish tank is part 2 of a 2 part wet bar in the downstairs of my house. Atop this fish tank is counter top and behind is a full bar. The insides of this fish tank include fish, plants, beer wine and liquor bottles. There are mixed drinks (gravel) and even a spilled cocktail. NOT PICTURED HERE: there is a tap built into the top of the bar and a glass that has been perm. glued down with a constant flow of pond water pumped through the tap and into the glass that then falls back through the small hole back into the tank. One of the most eye catching tanks I've ever owned because of the setup and environment around the tank as well as inside the tank.

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: (Picture was taken with a cell phone so please excuse the fuzzy quality) This fish tank is my 55 gallon bar. This fish tank is part 2 of a 2 part wet bar in the downstairs of my house. Atop this fish tank is counter top and behind is a full bar. The insides of this fish tank include fish, plants, beer wine and liquor bottles. There are mixed drinks (gravel) and even a spilled cocktail. NOT PICTURED HERE: there is a tap built into the top of the bar and a glass that has been perm. glued down with a constant flow of pond water pumped through the tap and into the glass that then falls back through the small hole back into the tank. One of the most eye catching tanks I've ever owned because of the setup and environment around the tank as well as inside the tank.
Advice: Have fun, try to come up with ideas that you haven't seen before, put your own personality into your fish tank. Whatever you do, don't copy your fish tank straight from someone else, then you wont be quite as in touch with it and it will be less amusing to you!
Fish Kept: Cichlid, catfish, placo.
Corals/Plants: plants whom I don't remember the name of.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "Facts dont cease to exist because they are ignored" -Aldous Huxley
About Yourself: My name is Andy Brady and I'm the owner of a political website. Working on a website from home gives me plenty of time to sit around with my fish relaxing. I'm in the process of building a 240, and 160 gallon tanks for my house. These tanks will not be part of the bar, but hopefully they'll still be cool and show my style!

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