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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by renaud, Apr 23, 2008.
I like this tank, it looks awesome, like an island.
Love your tank it reminds me of a island also.
thancks for your comments!
sorry, I lack of time at the moment, I rebuilt an old house and there is a lot of work.
I change the layout, , and I removed the plant grows too fast.
I prepare the next version, with the akadama.
One of hardscape.
wow!! very technical.. great hardscape! looking really really good.. please post a frontal image..
Your hard scape is amazing! Where'd you get the seiryu stone?
This is a five star tank waiting to happen. More pics please.
Very nice hardscape, I hope you take your time choosing the right plants for this scape. I want to see the finish product!
thank you !
for plants, I still thought....
the stones are not ada product.
it comes from this online store:
aquaristic.net - Mini Landscape - per Kilo
a friend tony2 make this with photoshop .it lacks the acicularis back ground.
The hardscape looks awesome - i think this will be a breathtaking Iwagumi...
Nice tank with lots of potential, great hardscape layout.
"After the rain" is one of my all time favorites that's hard to top. Why the sudden change to a minimalist Iwagumi?
Do you think the different colored stones might be a bit distracting?
I want to try something minimalist
the stones are the same color, the spot above which gives it.
Best rock layout I've seen in a good while. Well done!
bonjourthanks for all!.
finally, I have only one tank, and I wanted to keep a maximum of plants.
I changed the hardscape for them.
I will make a more zen, when I have 2 tanks.
Nice shrimp stadium Renaud roud:
(ready for the olympic games ? 8))
New rock line look good....
Good luck to keep it clean :smug:
I finished the tank last night, a small pics in the morning.
I would like to make a jungle glosso/bolbitis/moss.
I liked the rock scape in the box better than this. I find this a little too centered - but without the plant filled in - its very hard to see.
Any thoughts about using the hollow bricks for substrate fill?
I have used vulcanic rock as filling before with good results - gives a good bacterial ground and cirkulation.
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