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Thanks Mark, the rocks are Gneiss metamorphic found in abundance locally where I live.
As far as plants are concerned I am looking at Staurogyne...
Rescaped my old tank come up with this
Tank Size: 60 x 30 x 36cm
Tank Volume: 60 litres
Lighting: X5 LED...
I agree the middle rock lacks substance unlike the front rocks left to right.what is needed is a rock more solid IMHO.
Not seen a aquascape like this, which is refreshing to see.
I imagine a small overhanging embankment to the left corner which would hide the...
Upgraded equipment - LED 50W Light and Eheim 2213 added Java Moss and Hemianthus micranthemoides, hoping after trimming I will get some...
:nolook: Try again!
Magic Bean (Castanospermum australe)
Thanks for the inspiration J House.
This is a experiment which I hope will last as long as yours!
Although IMHO the left front corner is a bit of a no mans land, maybe adding a few pieces of driftwood clawing there way to the...
Thanks for the advice Garuf, followed your directions with the rock and substrate and worked out my “golden section” Hope I got it right!:-?...
Thanks Stevo, I have updated the background and only planned to cycle the Eheim before replacing it with a Aquaclear 150 (good enough?).
Hard to get a good shot with the substrate being the same colour of the rocks, but here is a couple of more pics.
Hello, please give me some feedback:idea:
Trying to create an appealing mountain scene with some depth in my 60x30x38 aquarium.
I will plant...
Thanks for the kind words.
-randy The rocks are Gneiss metamorphic collected from the Darling Ranges.
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