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Touch 20l

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by GeorgJ, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. GeorgJ

    GeorgJ Team Flowgrow

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    Hi there,

    here is my newest picture from my nano tank titeled "Touch"

    Hope you enjoy it!

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    Greetings from Cologne

    Georg
     
  2. Macrophylla

    Macrophylla New Member

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    Very nice, looks like a larger tank than it is. What lighting, fertilizer/CO2 are you using and how old is this setup?
     
  3. Rahul

    Rahul Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Beautiful one Georg...
     
  4. ghostsword

    ghostsword Aspiring Aquascaper Staff Member

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  5. l p

    l p Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Fantastic little tank...give us some more info.
     
  6. GeorgJ

    GeorgJ Team Flowgrow

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    Hi there,

    this setup is about 4 months old. I started just with a few plants.

    This was on 27th October:
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    Some data:

    KnottSoil 3l, 2W/l T5, CO2 20mg/l, fertilizer two or three times a week 3mg/l nitrate and iron, not much kalium maybe 3mg/l once a week.
    Inhabitants: some Red Bee and amanoshrimp and 14 boraras
     
  7. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Hi Georg,

    it is amazing how it has matured, bravo !
    Can you tell us the plants you have on the final photo?
     
  8. Garuf

    Garuf Moderator Staff Member

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    Beautiful!
    Though I'm not sure I like the red plant on the fair left, I find it leads the eyes around the scape and conflicts with the wood making the scape feel "busy".
     
  9. lalmeida

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    Hi,
    Very nice and very good contrasts!
    Lalmeida
     
  10. GeorgJ

    GeorgJ Team Flowgrow

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    Hey there,

    Juri asks for a planting-list ;)

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    regards

    Georg
     
  11. yeyoone

    yeyoone New Member

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    Nice scape! I think the rotala indica is too big for that place perhaps i would make a triming on the rotala indica. Good work!
     
  12. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Thanks Georg, I really appreciate you have done what I asked for.
    Now I see what the plans are, those new rare Rotala species are amazing, I´ll definitely give them a go once I´m back in germany. Such a lovely plants :proud:

    ps: just voted 5 starts for this tank :113:
     
  13. Vugtje

    Vugtje New Member

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    I'd realy like the contrast.. :proud:
     
  14. GeorgJ

    GeorgJ Team Flowgrow

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    Hi there,

    here is the last picture of this scape:
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    some details and some information (german): Touch - Just Aquascaping
     
  15. ShadowMac

    ShadowMac Moderator Staff Member

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    great work! thanks for sharing. I didnt even realize there was some wood in there until you shared the early shot.

    Very well trimmed.
     
  16. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Personally , I like the second picture ,look very natural and wild ,but the end result is fantastic , a very healthy tank and very good contrast , Congrats GeorgJ .
    saludos
     

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