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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by seetharam, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. Orlando

    Orlando Supporting Member

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    These progression photos are excellent:)
     

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  2. seetharam

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    Thank You, I usually maintain progression pictures of all my tanks, But it always used to be like a 20 - 30 day interval, but this time decided to make the duration shorter and try not to exceed more than 7 days between each picture.

    When we see our scapes on a daily basis we really dont see the way the tank has evolved, but put these sequence of pictures in a slide show and you really love the way your hard work has shaped up :)
     
  3. Marcos Ricardo

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    Lovelly tank!
     
  4. Orlando

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    Clean tank, well documented in every aspect. Take notes folks!
     
  5. Garuf

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    I'm watching intently, it shows massive promise!
     
  6. seetharam

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    Thank You Folks, Coming from Senior Members here its truly a compliment :)

    Time for another update. Its now 31 Days Old, So far i like what i see, have a few minor changes in mind, need to fill in those small empty spaces with something, still pondering over it and the plants i have to use :-?

    [​IMG]
     
  7. TYB

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    Looking good! Looking good indeed!!!

    TYB
     
  8. seetharam

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    Thanks TYB

    An Update, Moved Some Crypt Tropica to the Middle, Near the base of the driftwood.

    DAY 45

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Akshaykhare

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    beauty .
    does the c.wendti tropica grows higher than this,
     
  10. lakosta88

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    looks really good. central part looks great now with vivipara. but I think the crypt in the back look too symmetrical. it might be better to pull them more towards the center and leave that part to eleocharis parvula or acicularis I dont see wery well which plant is in front of crypts.
     
  11. seetharam

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    Thanks ..... Nope, They grow short and thats the max size, Have used this plant for the first time and really love this plant, One of the best Midground Crypts.

    Thanks. Agree with you on the Crypts, In fact if you look at the previous picture have brought some of the Crypts to the front. There is Dwarf Hairgrass in front of the Crypts which for some reason are not doing too well.

    Had a piece of dritwood cut recently, Dabling with the Idea of using them on either side at the back to extend the flow of the driftwood. Use Moss and Bolbitis on the additional driftwood pieces, move all the crypts from the back to where the Dwarf Hair Grass is. Will need a little bit of work to make that snug fit, so still thinking :-?
     
  12. Akshaykhare

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    hey is there c.wendtii green too.
    what are those leaves from the left and some from the right
     
  13. seetharam

    seetharam New Member

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    That is Cryptocoryne affinis
     
  14. seetharam

    seetharam New Member

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    Time for an update .......... Felt the sides were looking a bit empty , so 2 weeks ago got a driftwood cut based on how i will be placing the pieces , some moss on them too and in they went.

    This is how the tank looks as of now

    Day 66

    [​IMG]
     
  15. bgangler

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    IT looks better this way! I like it!

    Congrats
     
  16. blackoala

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    very beautiful..i like the moss placement..not covering all the wood but made it artistic..good job..
     
  17. kojot

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    I like previous look better.
     
  18. yankadi

    yankadi Aspiring Aquascaper

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    New version is better!!! :spy: :proud:
     
  19. l p

    l p Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Great job.

    New picture is much better...try adding some driftwood to foreground too. :proud:
     
  20. seetharam

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    Thanks Guys

    Thats already on the agenda :D Have some small and slender pieces of driftwood soaking in a tank, Once they sink will use them in the front of the scape to add a more natural look
     

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