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Inspiring pictures of some of Utahs canyons w/ Wabi Kusa

Discussion in 'General Aquascaping and Planted Tank Discussions' started by randy0319, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. greenfinger 2

    greenfinger 2 Active Aquascaper

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    Hi Randy, Thank you :D Will leave Pic And will work on this idea;) Will look for some more photo's For some more ideas Will post soon :whistle::D
     

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    I think every one knows what I think about Natures Landscapes and how they can be used as great ideas for large or small aquascapes.

    I am thing about something but I will have to run it past John first.

    Keith:):)
     
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    Hi Randy, Started on the globe Part of idea :sneaky: Well This one could take 3-4 months :whistle: As i look at this Little one the water will run down over the rock work past the little tree:D Down the slope of moss well will be and out into a cube :unsure: Well we will see if this all comes together and works One pic of my mad idea :) 002.JPG
     
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    it is gonna be great! Keep us posted on this fun project!!

    I wonder if a wabi kusa could be made on a piece of Styrofoam and floated on the surface of a large wide dish filled with water...like the floating island in Dr. Doolittle?? The plants would need an inner sponge for water contact, like a Styrofoam doughnut with the hole filled in with a sponge to suck up water with and plants hiding the Styrofoam?...hmm..
     
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    I have to post this. This is an amazing picture- thanks greenfinger.


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    Hi Randy, Thank You :) And i love that Little Nano Scape :rolleyes: It A WOW from me to :love: Well was thinking of something like the top bit of nano to be the out flow of globe into cube :rolleyes: Are you reading my mind now :giggle: We will see ;)
     
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    nifty! Sounds great. keep us posted.
     
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    Hi Randy, Couple of pics, The fist one well i think you will like ;) Now that would make a wicked cave scape:rolleyes:No 2 Well its got moss on Trees :D 3rd I just like it :LOL: Moss_Covered_Rocks_Trees_HD_Landscape_Wallpaper-VvallpaperNet1_zps54a376b2.jpg spanish-moss-kudzu1_zpsa8bf0743.jpg Image11_zps8d6e0a36.jpg
     
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    Roy

    Thank you

    More for the collection

    Keith:):)
     
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    My God those are amazing pictures!! Yes please add as many inspiring pics as you want!! You got my imagination geared up! Thanks--wow!!!----R
     
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    000.jpg 00.jpg Hi Randy, Two more pics that i like:) I love the rock work and moss in these ones :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi Keith, Nice link(y) Same here have been in a few caves but have never seen moss grow that far in :eek: Stunning stuff
     
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    Larva tubes huh...LOL (I'm sorry but that is just funny!!). Those are some mighty impressive 'Larva tubes' kiethgh. I would like to visit them and see the 'Larva' that dug them out. Queensland is a magical place but I had no idea..lol. I like the cave pic as well and wonder if anyone has use this type pf perspective for a scape? The other pic is wonderful also and I think someone has actually done a scape based on this pic...
     
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    1098443_571611386237072_1470810284_n.jpg It might be this one but I think that there is another.
     
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    https://www.google.com/search?q=Lav...CQAg&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAQ&biw=948&bih=613&dpr=1.67

    Randy

    There is no natural or any other form of lighting in those caves and once you get into them away from the entrance its total black a person can be less than 1ft/30cm and you cannot see them.

    The smell from the bats is not what you could call pleasant.

    Its a fantastic place, to stay for a few days.

    They are totally different to any of the Lime Stone caves in Aust

    Keith:):)
     
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    Hi Randy, Thank you for sharing the pic of the Aquascape (y) Its very well done :)
     
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    Hi Randy, Found a couple of pics :) 209.jpg 1377989_646258765395321_681207779_n.jpg
     
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    The second photo looks very much like a rather land slip.

    Keith:):)
     
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