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Bosc Humit

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Showcase' started by pele, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. pele

    pele New Member

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    Mi new set up

    Tank: 60 liters (60x28x35)
    Light: pll 55w (865)
    Filter: eheim 2213 + glass pipe
    Sustrat: ELOS terra zero + ELOS bottom + ELOS terra
    Co2: ELOS ato10
    Hard scape: red rood + gobi stone
    Flora: Musgo, eleocharis vivipara, eleocharis párvula, mini pellia, bolbitis, microsorum narrow.


    All making off in my blog ;)

    Pele Blog's: Nuevo montaje "Bosc Humit"

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    I hop you like, more soon
     

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  2. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Reminds on Pandora forest from the movie Avatar, I´m still excited about this movie - watched 3D on last sunday, great :proud:
     
  3. CHUNTC

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    Yes, there are so much inspiration that one can get from Avatar.^:)^
     
  4. fishman9809

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    that movie just gives so much inspiration. a whole brand new world.

    beautiful scape!
     
  5. Garuf

    Garuf Moderator Staff Member

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    I fully hated avatar, absolute tosh.

    Very pretty scape reminds me of fairy glen the one CAU prodcued a couple of years back.
     
  6. blue whale

    blue whale Aspiring Aquascaper

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    fantastic man!your scapes are awesum..looking forward to it..all the best
     
  7. pele

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    Thanks all!
    These is not inspired in avatar. When I do it, i have thinking in a wet forest......:-"

    Also Avatar have cool forests, so it's a good film to take inspiration, i like too :)
     
  8. pele

    pele New Member

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    Full of water

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  9. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    somehow it has lost a bit of its charm, liked it without water more :p
    e.parvula is looking too big for the foreground planting
     
  10. skaner

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    those branches coated with moss look definitely like a old forest. great impression. but those stones and the eleo are interupting this impression.
     
  11. blue whale

    blue whale Aspiring Aquascaper

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    i will second Jur4ik...the tank looked better before pouring water.
     
  12. pele

    pele New Member

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    The vivipara is newly planted, we need to wait few days before first pruning :)

    Try to imagine that.


    I know it's more interesting the image without water, but i don't want to have frogs :)

    The stones will be little green soon, you can see it :-s
     
  13. blue whale

    blue whale Aspiring Aquascaper

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    i think parvula can be a better option in the foreground shifting the vivipara behide the woods...just my 2 cents:-?
     
  14. J House

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    It's just the lighting once the water goes in. Same setup as before water. Don't judge to quick about the foreground. It could look really good once it's trimmed and grows in IMO. Rocks seem to be for height and depth of midground plants so those aren't an issue.
     
  15. Carolina

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    Very interesting!! Has a bit of eiry feel to it like a horror movie.
     
  16. flowerfishs

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    what kind of driftwood is it? where do you buy it? it looks nice.
     
  17. pele

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    It's red wood. I buy it in Sirocco, a acuarium shop in Spain near Barcelona.
     
  18. pele

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    Some update

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    wooooooooow!!!!! AMAZING! so beautiful, more pics please
     
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