I was going through some old photo's, and realised how much some of our tanks change over time. My 4ft tank is about 4 years old, and has been through some drastic changes. At first it had plastic plants in, and was then rescaped to become a planted tank. Unfortunately the first 2 years worth of pictures were on a disc that was damaged by a power surge. The pictures I have, were on a removable drive, which was not in use when the power surge occurred. 2 Years ago the tank looked like this: 6 Months later, and the plants had grown a bit, algae had become a bit of a problem, and fish were growing as well: Deciding to start breeding guppies for a specific market, the tank was stripped down, and just Hornwort together with guppies was the result: (The tank was used as a holding tank, while guppies were sexed, then moved to one of 12 other tanks.) The guppy endeavour did not pan out, and I decided to sell what I could, and keep the few tanks left going. This was the result: Finally, I decided to revive the tank, and added some driftwood and new plants. Hopefully it will slowly revert back to a decent display tank: What will the tank look like in a year? I have no idea, but it should be interesting to see it then.