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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by stevo, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    I know that, but today was a great day and I managed to spend some hours outside working on my macbook :)
     

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  2. Flo

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    great development :rock:
    any plans for a carpet?
     
  3. stevo

    stevo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thanks mate!
    Good idea. For the left side will be staurogyne if it fills in, have to wait for a long-long time...
    Today I have planted glosso in the foreground. I have to wait for this also, if it will melt, I take it away and plan parvula/hydro sp.japan/marsilea.

    So stay tuned, only months remaining! :D
     
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  5. Jurijs mit JS

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    love those fog effects :proud:
     
  6. stevo

    stevo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Me too, :) it makes the whole thing mystical. By the way the fogger is so powerful, this photo was taken just after some seconds turning on.
     
  7. gamma

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    Hey Stevo!

    Amazing with the fog!!! :rock:

    How about a pic from the front?

    OT:
    Which fogger do you use? And which fog?
    I prefer hazers instead of foggers, but that's just my taste.

    And what for do you use the fogger usualy???

    cheers
    Eva
     
  8. stevo

    stevo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Hi Eva!
    Thanks for your comment! ;) I will take a photo, if I got home, I promise. :)

    Which fogger? Good question, I think its made in a chinese powerhouse, without a brand! :D Really I don't know. I have bought it from a guy, who used to have a 100x60x70 tank, and he used this type, and he was satisfied with it.
    By the way its an ultrasonic humidifier. In 3-5 minutes it makes the whole tank foggy.

    I want to grow out plants and I have planted on the driftwood also, my dream is an emersed world. :daydream:
     
  9. stevo

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    "Like" :proud: ;)
     
  12. stevo

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    Thanks mate! Appreciate it! ;)
     
  13. Flo

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    mate, a question while i ve a second look. how much w has your light? front pic seems a little dark :-"
     
  14. stevo

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    You are right, the light is too less and too much for the same time. Because I have 55W but only with one tube, and this is only 55 cm long for my 80 cm tank, btw the water area is about 50-60 liters.

    At the moment I'm seriously watching for another lighting system, but I have to sell this first. :p

    Ah yes, the photo was taken -2.0EV, the lowest lighting powerness.
     
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    Like a fine wine, your aquascape is getting MUCH better with age. (y)

    -John N.
     
  17. stevo

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    Thank You very much! ;) I appreciate it.
    To be honest lowtech is the perfect method/style fits to me. I don't have to prune plants often, I have plenty of time till the final look, sometimes I'm a bit lazy, without water change it is doing fine also. I don't have to take a lot of fertilizers in the water, so it is also cheap. I can just advice this method for everyone (especially for the lazy ones). (y)
     
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    Glorious work. Very nicely done!
     
  19. stevo

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    Thanks Randy! I'm glad you like it. ;)
    While I'm looking at the current setup, I have started planning my upcoming tank/setup time will tell which comes...
     
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    I have torn down the scape, at the moment it's only a quarantine tank. I'm selling the lightning and the tank, and soon get my new one, which is smaller, and moves to other place. I'm planning on a way more different style/scape soon. ;)
     

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