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Discussion in 'General Aquascaping and Planted Tank Discussions' started by J House, Nov 15, 2010.
Results can be found here:
I wish there was a better way to view these results.
This one it so incredible, it deserve a better ranking!
Tenshu in the AGA contest, there is no ranking, only 1st, 2nd, 3rd, "honorable mention" (like as 4th place)..and the rest, more practice, loosers jaj:hiis a joke )
"Saludos" from Chile
download the torrent, then you can view them in full size in your leisure
This is unbelievable, why cant folks just view the results with downloading? My Mac hates this!
i cannot download torrent it does not work
Thank you!!!! They need a better site and a cleaner method to view the results.
I was able to view the result without messing with any Torent downloads by going to a link like this. 2010 AGA Aquascaping Contest
I know when i say better ranking, i mean it should be int the top three of it category.
That is my personnal favorite.
Another good year for me:my "World before Columbus" (you can see the pictures in the ASW magazine)ranked 2nd in the x-large category.:">
thank you for the tip. by reading your post you gave me idea that the AGA contest result is now open for viewing. actualy this is my first post here in ASW
It is and Orlando is just providing the link to see the results online instead of having to download the torrent. But I agree the navigation could have been better in the site.
I think the User Interface hasn't been change since the beginning. It may be tricky at first but you will get the hang of it
Jeff how did your "Bluff" aquascape do?
I saw it in the listings but no results number...maybe the AGA doesn't work out a full ranking like the IALCP?
2010 AGA Aquascaping Contest
No rankings on AGA, just 1st, 2nd, 3th and honorable mention in each size category. I do enjoy reading the commentary from the judges. Justin B. seemed to really appreciate the scape, but I must admit I was alittle disappointed by Karen Randall's comments. She seemed to evaluate it just from a plant ecology viewpoint and not from an aquascaping one by her comment "...the HC doesn't look like it's doing as well." The scape is suppose to represent a dune where plants grow in very difficult circumstances. The only plants that do well in dunes are grass-type. Other plants struggle to survive and grow very sparingly. These other plants were represented by the HC. I even mentioned this in the "additional info" area on the entry form. So to focus on that was a bit of a letdown.
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