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Surface aquarium plants are particularly useful: They leach nitrates (fish waste) directly from the water column via their beautiful trailing root systems, and they provide a sense of safety and shelter for your fish. But beware placing them in aquariums with a H.O.B. filter, as the strong downward current created by the water flow will continually drag surface plants down, damaging their roots and eventually killing them.

Surface aquarium plants are particularly useful: They leach nitrates (fish waste) directly from the water column via their beautiful trailing root systems, and they provide a sense of safety and shelter for your fish. But beware placing them in aquariums

1.  How Irrigating! It’s pretty irrigating irritating, but you’re actually charged twice a month for water usage… once for water that flows in, and once for the water that goes back out as sewage.  That literally IS money going down the…Read more →

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The Boat Studio - Claude Monet

Monet - Le bateau atelier (The Boat Studio) 1876 ; Oil on canvas, 72 x cm x 23 in); The Barnes Foundation, Merion, Pennsylvania, Monet

30 day Water Challenge – #64ozchallenge | Free printable water tracker by Pepper Scraps. Plus you can join the challenge and get support!

30 Day Water Challenge – #64ozChallenge

30 day Water Challenge – Free printable water tracker by Pepper Scraps. Plus you can join the challenge and get support!

This is a very simple way to make energy-filled, moon-charged water. You can use charged water for many things, such as cleaning your altar, altar tools, anointing, cleansing crystals, jewelry, and for filling an offering bowl with to set on your altar for water elemental representation.

You can use charged water for many things, such as cleaning your altar tools, anointing, cleansing crystals and for water elemental representation.

There's more moon light at certain times of the month than others -just like there are times in our life when the light is a little brighter. A never ending infinite cycle of light and dark.

moonlight on the ocean, I really like the how dark the picture is and how the moon light shines on the water. Painting this!

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