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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by bogdan94, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. bogdan94

    bogdan94 New Member

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    :welcome:
    Hi, this is my first journal on this forum :)
    This are the details:

    Tank: 63x34x45 cm-96L
    Light: 1w/l 6500k
    Filtration: JBL CristalProfi e700
    CO2: Yeast CO2 with lime wood/ceramic diffuser
    Substrate: JBL Florapol
    Fertilizers: PPS-Pro + TraceMix
    The plants you can see in the pictures, I only want to put glosso for carpet, in next week(s)

    So this is the photo:
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    I am waiting for you critics :)
     
  2. jenks

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    I like it alot, the plants look so healthy and i like the way you have only used neon tetra's. I personally feel it gives a far better look. Well done
     
  3. bogdan94

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    Thank you, but I know I can make it to look better :-p
     
  4. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    good work :proud:
    imo you need some brown or red plants in there.
    maybe crypt wendtii brown in front of the driftwood and rotala colorata in the background
     
  5. bogdan94

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    In the back of the ferns, in the center, I have a barclya red, but is small, i got it from a seed, i'm waiting for it to grow...:)
     
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    Nice but as Jur says you need to add some colour.^:)^
     
  7. Samurai-X

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    Nice so simple low light and low maintanance maybe
     
  8. bogdan94

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    Yes, this aquarium needs low maintance, but i don't like this...:))
    Next setup will be with more stem plants, i like trimmig them, but in this one, i don't have what to trim...
     
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    A new picture, a low-quality one, i take it just to see how it looks before I re-scape it. :)

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  10. John N.

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    I really like the latest photo. It looks amazing.

    The only thing I would try to do is trim up some of the foreground plants evenly to provide a greater sense of depth between the foreground and the "large mound".

    -John N.
     
  11. bogdan94

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    I will rescape this aquarium in next 2 weeks I hope, the next setup will be more interesting, I think...:)

    Yes, that plants are too large, but now I keep them there, I will put HC in foreground, after rescape...

    Thank you, and sorry for my bad english :)
     
  12. bogdan94

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    A new pic, maybe the last with this setup.

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Karlo

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    really good looking!
    bolbitis is awesome
     
  14. bogdan94

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    Thank you !
     

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