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Lava-Rock The World v2.0

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by stevo, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. Flo

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    Looking awesome :)
     

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  2. stevo

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    Thanks! It's a bit overgrown, but I like the simplicity of it, and of course this is almost maintenance free. :p
     
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    hi Stevo LOVE SCAPE that lava rock is so cooooooooool and the moss WELL NICE:D cheers roy
     
  4. stevo

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    Thank You, very much! I appreciate it! ;)
     
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    Hi Stevo,How do you sit and learn or study :D I would just sit and look at scape :cool: AND THINK :eek: where did the time go :)(y)cheers roy
     
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    Hey Roy! Well, it's difficult... sometimes I realise I've just watching the tank instead of doing anything! :D
     
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    YES ,can see why:rolleyes: Know would do the same thing:Dcheers roy
     
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    This is simply yet elegant.

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    Thank You! ;)
     
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    Well, I haven't updated this thread for a while... for almost half a year, oh gosh...Apologize for it, I have had a lot of work and university things, what I had to take care of. But last week I have taken this massive moss jungle apart, unfortunately the hair algae almost killed the whole scape, that was the final stab in my heart.

    I was wondering a lot, what to do, instead of it. But I kept my original idea to make another iwagumi/mountain like layout. I have made the hardscape in a temporary tank, so I had to label the rocks one by one, to recreate the scape in the original tank.


    Some pics, please excuse the poor quality I had to hurry at that time...


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    v2.0 - Layout test 20131023 by [stevo], on Flickr
     
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    Hi Stevo , Six months has it been that long :eek: Algae Horrid stuff :mad: I love the label on the rocks nice idea :) Rock work looks fab What mosses will you be using this time ?? :)
     
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    Thanks! ;)
    That label, was my girlfriend's idea, that's why it is good to have a lady at home. :ROFLMAO: (I hope she is not reading this... :LOL:)
    Well good idea, I will definitely use some christmas and java, these are my favorites, but this time I venture into fissidens also, with some parvula and acicularis at the back. :)
     
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    Hi Stevo, My Wife has some fantastic ideas to :rolleyes: Well its good to have the boss on your side ;) At this point she is reading this :eek:Ho no :ROFLMAO: Just got a punch in the arm :unsure: OUCH :cry: Fissidens One of my favourites This is going to be another Wow Mate (y)
     
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    Take Care, they are strong enough! :ROFLMAO: Thanks for Your words, I will do my best. ;)
     
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    Stevo

    I like the layout of those stones.

    There is plenty of shapes that seem to fit in together plus there is a very good sight flow.

    When I am doing a big hard-scape (5ft tank) usually out of the tank I will take plenty of photos, by doing that I can refer back to what I had done.

    My only concern and its a very big one you do not seem to have any thing between the glass and all of those rough looking rocks.

    Keith:):)
     
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    Thanks, the funny fact about it, that I made this layout in like 20 minutes, after that I've just changed 1-2 rocks.

    Well, I have tried to take lot of photos in the past, that's good also, but this label thing, made my life easier. ;)

    No need to worry about the weight of the rocks, the "desk" is very stable, and they can't move, because I placed them closely.
     

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