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Discussion in 'Aquatic Photography' started by ptiJo, Nov 25, 2013.
Hi PtiJo, Fantastic photos Don't you just love summer
Nice pictures! =)
@Roy: Thanks! Well, summer is great. But hot temperature are only welcomed on holidays. Not during work day
@Keith: Sorry, I didn't get your (wife) request.
The wife was referring to all the wood was it man made or a pile of wood covered in plants etc.
Ah. As far as I can remember, this was a real tree that has been chopped.
Hi PtiJo, Another Wabi-Kusa Idea Thank you
Thank you PtiJo
Roy has developed a very good eye for spotting something from nature what most would never think of converting it into an Aquascape large or small.
Nature is full of ideas.
Quick look at my fishroom. Well... more of a fishdesk in fact
Hi PtiJO, Very Nice neat and tidy too One thing missing. A Wabi Kusa
The first thing you do not see is power leads etc all over the place.
Just as well its not your office desk.
I'm gonna add some planting on the top right side. Probably not "wabi-kusa". But some bonsai-like thing
That will be a great little spot for a ready grown Bonsai.
Then you have all the wall area for a Vertical Garden.
Très joli aménagement! Magnifiques aquariums!
Amazing tanks! =)
Nice! How'd you hide cords? I only see cords for lights, nothing for filters?
Thanks. There are no extra cables. I only do low-tech tank. Here no mecanical filtering. Hear all the filtering process is done by plants.
Cool! I had started to experiment with that back in college. Was mid-process setting up (planning to use paradise fish), when one of the saltwater tanks sprung a leak over a weekend. I had actually warned them that the seals on that tank were looking suspicious, but it took a bit too long for them to do anything about it. The prof whose office was beneath that room was not happy to find saltwater had rained all over his desk, and the university made us get rid of all the tanks as a result.
Never did get back to it again, though having plants def saved fish a time or two. Seeing what you've done with them makes me think about trying the filterless thing again at some point. Dang multi tank syndrome has finally started taking hold. Prob a good thing I don't have space for another tank right now. lol
What fish are you keeping, and do you keep a fairly small number in the tanks?
from left to right, bottom to top : 14 heterandria formosa (since the 3 that spend the summer outside did reproduce a lot), 9 hyphessobrycon amandae (lost 1), 7 corydoras pygmaeus (lost 1), 7 boraras urophthalmoides (lost 1), 8 danio margaritatus (lost 1 outside this summer), 3 p. annulatus.
I also had a betta fish too. It died after 2,5 years ; some months ago.
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