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Saintly's 'savannah dreaming'

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by saintly, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Plant list as follows

    HC
    E. Tenellus
    Lilaeopsis
    Java moss on stones
    Rotala rotundifolia [​IMG] grown in a different way [​IMG]
    M Umbrosum
    Vallis Nana bunch
    crypt bullosa
    crypt petchii
    Bolbitus
    crypt nevellii
    microsorum 'narrow'
    undultas green
     

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  2. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    A little update.

    all is planted now.

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    this is the day after.

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    And a few other shots.

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    I've included a short video of co2 distribution

    Saintlys 'Savannah Dreaming' on Vimeo

    I'm using an in-line diffuser for the first time, and I'm totally impressed
     
  3. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    as always quality work Mark :proud: and the video is looking professional ;)
    can you post link to your boyu in line reactor, cant find it on google ..
     
  4. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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  5. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    here's a couple of images of the stems.

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  6. blue whale

    blue whale Aspiring Aquascaper

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    superb man.mind blowing
     
  7. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    looking soooo healthy o:)

    boyu inline rector: damn, that thing is 10x cheaper than my qal aqua inline diffusor and works the same ..
     
  8. CHUNTC

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    Beautiful scape! Love it^:)^
     
  9. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    thanks guys.

    jur4ik, 10x cheaper and dont forget 10 x better. The whole tank, every single plant pearls after just 1 hour of lights on.
     
  10. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Mark,
    I´m not sure about 10x better - but it is definitely cheaper :proud:
    Have you ever used Cal Aqua Inline diffusors? here
    dont forget to update ;)
     
  11. saintly

    saintly Aspiring Aquascaper

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    jur4ik, there definitely 10x better...i've used both don't forget.

    in fact, i've used many glass diffusers and not one comes close to this
     
  12. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Well, you convinced me 8) have to give it a go, anyway it is cheap though^^
     
  13. joe

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    Saintly, on ebay is it the shipment from Hong Kong that costs approx £5.00? This seems ridiculously cheap in respect to everything else on the market and if it is as good as you suggest then definetely worth a go.

    Cheers,

    Joe
     
  14. Shadow

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    You should, I've been using it in all my tank. Great product but you need to put it inside the cabinet because it is look ugly compare to the glass type ;).
     
  15. saintly

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    A little update.

    I've trimmed old liliaopsis leaves, as new ones start to develop.

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    HC is doing good also.

    4 days ago

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    today

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    and the view from down the tank

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    water change
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    i've also added 6 ottos and 12 amano shrimp. all busy at work
     
  16. kire.laz

    kire.laz Aspiring Aquascaper

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    WOW, I haven't seen something like this, lately!! This is great aquarium with huge potential. rocks that you are using - i like them a lot! :)
     
  17. Jurijs mit JS

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    Only 1 Filter, 2 x huge Coralia and no inline heater, still under construction?

    I´m curious about your waterchange hose too, it is looking somehow different :bling:
     
  18. CHUNTC

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    Wow great scape. Looking good and whem plants mature your going tobe s very satisfied scapper
    ^:)^^:)^
     
  19. kojot

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    I love it!!!
    :plane:
     
  20. tirtha1979

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    Aah.. after a long time. Marc, way to go. The scape is looking beautiful. All the best.

    I need a favour from you. Can you please share the Exif information of the last image (Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, White Balance, Metering mode).

    I am using ISTA Max Mix inline reactor. Another good one I must say.
     

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