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my ADA 2009

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by renaud, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    hi,i present you my new layout for ada 2009.
    the layout after 3 days.


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  2. Joe Faria

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    Hi Renaud,

    It is quite early, although for what we can see, it will look great...

    I would remove the black neon's and cardinals, and stick to a nice looking school of lambchop rasboras.

    Regards,

    Joe Faria.
     
  3. Pat7676

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    Nice looking tank it needs to fill in some i think.
     
  4. renaud

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    thancks;)
    it's a good idea for the fish,but actually i have 1 tank.
     
  5. zeneo

    zeneo New Member

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    Nice, hope you do fine with it.

    In the back corners are there small cryptos or will it be a bigger plant?

    Like joe said, for a competion tank it will have to much different species, but for me...it's just great.
     
  6. Orlando

    Orlando Supporting Member

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    Looking very nice, cant wait to see it grow out. Well done.
     
  7. GreenFanatic

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    You are a real master with rocks... love the effect! Now all you have to do is sit back and relax :) (always easier said than done)
     
  8. Pat7676

    Pat7676 New Member

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    I love the look of your rocks in there!!
     
  9. Mellonman

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    Looks good, Time will do this wonders.
     
  11. Pat7676

    Pat7676 New Member

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    The only thing i think i would do befour a shoot is go with one school of fish.
     
  12. Fikus

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    Good start! Can't wait to see it in next month.


    Cheers,


    Filip Todorovic - Fikus
     
  13. Jdinh04

    Jdinh04 New Member

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    I really like the natural look of it. What is the substrate mix?
     
  14. CmLaracy

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    I love the substrate and Bolbitis!
     
  15. John N.

    John N. Administrator Staff Member

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    Knowing your other scapes, this one is set to become another winner. :)

    I do feel a little off balanced though with the scape favoring the right side. I think besides having most of the scape centered to the right, the branch on the far right is too close to the glass or angled funny. Maybe that positioning is on purpose. Anyways, I still think it's going to be a nice scape.

    -John N.
     
  16. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thank you all :yo:
    john n, perhaps, but time will tell ;)
    soil :
    sand of loire
    flourite
    and Pieces of crushed stone
    for the root is the big stone which support it, but this request has straighten a bit
    ps:I have a problem to put the pics properly on the forum
    :confused:
    I have trouble with the cross
     
  17. Norbert Sabat

    Norbert Sabat New Member

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    Nice. I like stone hardscape and specially crushed stone on sand ;)
     
  18. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thancks!

    I hope that the rendering remain in this style.
    a little pic.
    [​IMG]
     
  19. GreenFanatic

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    Honestly I think your tank will be able to make it for ADA 2008 :)
     
  20. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thank you,but i present "after the rain" for 2008,and and one has the right to submit a single tank.:ehhh:.
     

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