Jeje.. good idea to turn the pumps off for a clear reflection! Anyway I like how it is. Is like color clouds over the reef!! They started as three small frags in July 2011. Now they are creating shadows over the rest of the corals in that corner.
I have some questions in my message box so I will share the information on an answer to BigAl07
Allen first I have to say that my experience with vinegar has been very positive. Very low phosphate and nitrate levels and an overall clean tank with no algae or cyano.
My decision to use it was...
I don't think that you need "a lot" of phosphates and nitrates for your chaeto to grow. You need some. The phosphate and nitrate removers will give you the oportunity to feed more. By feeding more you add phosphates and nitrates to your system. The media will remove some and the chaeto will do...
In order to grow chaeto you need strong light, medium to slow flow and some nutrientes in the water. I use a spiral 75w fluorescent 6500k light 24/7 at 10" from chaeto, slow flow and low nutrient water but lots of feeding.
First clean the glass when shooting the aquarium. There in the forst photo you can see the drops of water and salt on the glass! If you have good light you may try shooting without the flash and adjust color balance with a post processing software. I don't use a flash to take photos of my tank.