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Anti crisis tank

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by diego.s, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Are bad times, times of crisis that is affecting almost everyone. Personally, I was about to leave the hobby for a while, waiting for better times. When I was about to store my tank, I finally decided to continue and what I do with a single tank, had only kept a few plants and fish, some moss and little else, with that I reassembled my 300 liter no big deal, but I'd like to share with everyone and everything read your opinion, I leave a photo.


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    Corren malos tiempos , tiempos de crisis que a casi todos nos está afectando . Personalmente , he estado a punto de abandonar el hobby durante un tiempo , en espera de tiempos mejores . Cuando estaba a punto de almacenar mis tanques , finalmente he decido seguir y lo voy a hacer con un unico tanque , solo había guardado unas pocas plantas y peces , un poco de musgo y poco mas , con eso he vuelto a montar mi 300 litros , no es gran cosa , pero me gustaría compartirlo con todos y sobre todo leer vuestra opinion , os dejo una foto.

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  2. trackhazard

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    It is truly amazing what you can do with some imagination.

    Seriously, one of the coolest tanks I have ever seen. It makes me feel so refreshed looking at it.

    Your skills are second to none.

    -Charlie
     
  3. Vele bit

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    O.M.G.! This is the true evidence that less is actualy more!
    It feels like real bottom of some pristine river, just beautifull!

    Can you share some maintenance details? How do you keep algaes away with such little plant mass? Thanks.
     
  4. Orlando

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    Really cool.
     
  5. lalmeida

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    Hi Diego,

    In fact we are living difficult and poor perspectives days. Depending on the objectives this could be a expensive hobby but its possible to do great scapes with moderate/low cost.

    This tank is simply beautiful. One of the best I have seen recently. You've achived a perfect combination between rocks and wood. The black background gives it a huge contrast. Fantastic! :=D>

    Congratulations!

    LMA
     
  6. tirtha1979

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    Perfecto. :yo: Simply amazing hardscape.
     
  7. blue whale

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    Great to see you back with your scape..as inspiring as ever..
     
  8. knocker

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    It's so pure feeling of Nature, ad so amazing skills... I'm aut of words to express my fascination.
     
  9. anemone-clown

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    It's simply ... simple. The nature in the rough is similar.
     
  10. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Trackhazard , thank you very much

    vele bit , Hello, thank you very much, for I have now only CO2 and about 5 or 6 Hours of light at half speed, 2 x 55w t5 a total of 4 t5. Much moss and a few plants, we must find the balance . (crossed my fingers)

    Thank you very much Orlando .

    HI , Lalmeida thank you very much, first try to send that message, you can do good work at low cost .Many people believe that to establish an aquarium requires a lot of money, but if you can not afford to spend money, you can also do good things, and let your imagination.
    Ah!!! his name is Lemuria Parça

    saludos


    tirtha1979 ,blue whale,knocker and anemone-clown ,thank you very much.
    saludos
     
  11. Edis

    Edis Moderator Staff Member

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    Hats off to you Diego, this is my favorite work of yours and one of the best i have seen for a while.
    Thanks for bringing in fresh ideas to the hobby :proud:
     
  12. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Very nice words Edis , thank you very much.
     
  13. Bartja

    Bartja Aspiring Aquascaper

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    And more compliments...[​IMG]
     
  14. Andrea Perotti

    Andrea Perotti New Member

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    Hello Diego, I'm very happy to see a your new creation. Be strong :rock:

    The layout is very nice, very natural, compliments.
     
  15. biobio

    biobio Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Pure clear simple beauty. I do not have words to express my feelings.
    Magnificent.
    :hail::hail::hail::hail:
     
  16. Victor Blanco

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    amazing hardscape!!!

    Te felicito, bello proyecto como todos los tuyos.

    Un Saludo
     
  17. lMTT

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    Diego para un tanque en tiempo de crisis esta de P. Madre.
     
  18. bgangler

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    It is not always about the wallet! This is pure exampe, what could be achieved with imagination and will :) Great hardscape, cant wait for the tank to mature!:rock:
     
  19. ShadowMac

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    It looks so natural, like it doesn't belong underwater. Great attention to detail.

    Well done, thank you for sharing.

    No amount of money can buy talent.
     
  20. Gerrard

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    wow,amazing scape,one of the best hardscape i had ever seen!!
     

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