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

  1. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    hello,yes iy's a good idear,but
    but i have bricks, and I want to try this:crazy:.
    these pics date of a week, it began to grow.(slowly )
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  2. aqualover

    aqualover New Member

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    how old is your scape, very nice!
     
  3. Hannes85

    Hannes85 New Member

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    Hi, nearly perfect hardscape in my my opinion!!!!!!

    but there are too many fish species from my point of view...
     
  4. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    I love your rock arrangement
     
  5. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    hi;)
    thanks for your post;)
    i cut bolbitis,and tomorrow,i received hygrophila difformis.
    a little poor pics.
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  6. Anti-Pjerrot

    Anti-Pjerrot New Member

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    I love it without any background plants.

    BUT i could imagine a red sunset behind thouse stunnning mountains.

    Renaud - Your hardscape are top notch.
     
  7. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thank you:)
    for the background,i try this when the difformis will grow.
    pics whith difformis.
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  8. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth New Member

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    love it :)
     
  9. foofooree

    foofooree New Member

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    Thats awesome! :D Il fait beau!
     
  10. Aquaspot World

    Aquaspot World New Member

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    Very nice and healthy tank.

    A backdrop of Eleocharis vivipara (Tall Hairgrass) should soften the whole scape and make it look less harsh.
     
  11. Ubaca

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    Very nice.
     
  12. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thank you for all comments:yo:
    for the hairgrass,it's a good idear,after this version,i can try this.
     
  13. hamikangtao

    hamikangtao New Member

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    Oh my gosh your tanks so nice! Totally love them! Good job!
     
  14. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    in my personal opinion bolbitis is look better than diformiss, after it mature, but who knows? :33:
     
  15. JadeIceGreen

    JadeIceGreen New Member

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    Thats a superb hardscape.. I would kill for stones and skill like that. =)
     
  16. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thanks;)!
    after the difformis,i try a wall of spgreen.
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  17. CmLaracy

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    beautiful healthy growth! Very nice
     
  18. StanChung

    StanChung Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Super rock arrangement. I would vouch for vivipara to soften the bg.
    You have a job of keeping the glosso low methinks while you change bg plants!

    A+ from me.
     
  19. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    thank:)
    i hope to make this,but,in fact,i don't know now what i want to make after this version:-?.
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  20. StanChung

    StanChung Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Take more photos while you think about it. I usually can analyse a photo better without the bubbles and fishes swimming around distracting. :)
     

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