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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by HORUS, Mar 24, 2015.
I poured the water to the top. Slowly turn up the lights. Inserted another Bolbitis.
Once those plants get established you will have a natural Aquascape to be proud of.
Thank you, Keith.
As Keith said when the plants grow in it will be a stunner
Roy is one of the plant experts that is a great reply from him for your tank.
This is looking Amazing, Good job
The current state of backlight blue light.
Hi Horus, Cool look
Thank you greenfinger 2. I will try to achieve a brighter tone blue. And, I have as soon as possible to overlay the stand.
Be careful with the back lighting, keep experimenting but try to keep it looking very natural this will make you Aquascape look more natural.
Today, I put a green background, and I have to admit that looks natural. Maybe, I should try it with lighter shades, because then comes to the fore hardscape .
If the green is to green you will lose the plants, the bluish like the previous photo actually highlights the plants.
Google is full of sunset/sunrises have good look there for ideas.
Again a little experimenting with light . An old leaves microsorum and anubias need to cut. I plan to in the back left corner will plant Cyperus helferi . What do you think about that?
Hi mate,excellent work
Profo sjajno izgleda
Icethunder, thank you.
Hvala ti druže.
I cannot wait to see what your aquascape looks like when its fully developed.
Keep us updated please.
Of course. I also cannot wait to develop plants.
Have you estimated how long this should take?
These plants are slow growing, and will certainly take several months. Also, plan on planting some more plants. I am not burdened with time. Why you ask?
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