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three nanoaquariums

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by diego.s, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Hello, my name is Diego, and I am from Spain
    Here I present three of my nano experiments
    made with unidentified mosses.
    use a translator, my English is very bad excuse me
    bye:nolook:
    11cm x 11cm x 8cm
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    14cm x 8cm x 6cm
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    11cm x 7cm x 7cm
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  2. elmagico82

    elmagico82 New Member

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    incredible ....are beautiful
     
  3. Vojs

    Vojs New Member

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    he he. Excellent work. What plants do you use
     
  4. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    as he said in his first post:

    i like the one in the middle most of all - because it looks much bigger than it is, maybe if you use in the front left corner sand instead of gravel - the ilusion would be perfect ;)
     
  5. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    elmagico82 ,Vojs,Jur4ik , thanks .
    understand Jur4ik thank you
    for their advice
    :113:​
     
  6. fishlover

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    Beautiful! I like the 1rst one most, it's so well done! I looks like a desert scenery and a reef put together! Wow!
     
  7. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    beautifully, I also wondering what plant did you use?
     
  8. rekq

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    Amazing. The first one is my favorite. I don't think I've ever seen such a lovely acuascape that small. I love how the tank itself looks just as small as it is, but the scape inside it looks huge. I could imagine tiny people climbing up that hill! :=D>
     
  9. Jdinh04

    Jdinh04 New Member

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    The second one is amazing! You have very nice skills to create such a large appearance in such a small aquarium.

    Great job!
     
  10. brt_p

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    on the 1st and 3rd, i think it's Riccia, the 2nd one, it's Riccia and Pellia..(CMIIW)
    very nice scape!..
     
  11. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    fishlover,Shadow,Rekq,Jdinho4 ,
    thank you very much​
    brt_p sorry ,excuse me , is not riccia or pellia ,is another moss .
    thank you very much​
     
  12. rahamen

    rahamen New Member

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    I'm glad to see you here! Diego. :welcome:
    This a good place for showing your minis. All of them are awesome.

    Rgs
     
  13. Ivan_perrales

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    Congratulations. Great job
     
  14. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Rahamen glad to see you here , thank you very much,
    hola amigo mio.
    thank you very much Ivan perrales
    gracias Ivan:proud:​
     

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