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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by alex08, May 3, 2015.
Thank you I will see what I can do locally.
Hi Alex, That Cabomba piauhyensis Is stunning
The scape is looking great. Glad things are back on track
Some trims here and there, thinking of AGA...
Just a thought for you.
At the end of the pathway plant a few low pale green plants as if there is more to explore over the slope.
I might give it another dimension.
I did say "might"
Thanks Keith. I made a few changes, hope it helps.
On my way to AGA 2015 :
Good luck to all participants!
Best of luck.
Why have you removed the top plants it was a great feature you too a good Aquascape then to an Aquascape that was different and gave it an added interest?
My main concern is that pathway the shape its self is OK but then you have a sharp line of bare rocks, then the plants to me it looks unfinished, in nature some plants would be growing on or around the rocks plus a few on the edge of the of the rocks and substrate.
Keith, the AGA registration also features pics with the surface plants.
You're right, i have to work more on the path. Maybe put some Fissidens fontanus here and there, maybe some small branches too.
Also put some small rocks here and there to change the line of the path.
Always nice talking to you guys and thanks again for the advice.
You are an expert in your own right you have blended Aquascaping with Nature with that tank in my opinion you are very close to perfection.
Hi Alex, Good luck with your entry Wonderful scape
Goodluck for AGA!
But for some reason I cant see the pictures
Alex any updated on the pathway.
Not yet, Keith. Soon!
Bacopa monnieri 'compact'
The Bacopa monnieri 'compact' is stunning with all the Pearling.
Cuphea anagalloidea I like the soft coloring.
I got some new pics to show you all :
I've been looking for that Aeschynomene fluitans already for few months.. Hard to get, have to wait till next year sais the nursery..
All those top plants look like it is a river bank of palms.
Your tank seems to improve as it ages.
Do you have to any trimming of those palms at the back of the tank or will thicken up more.
Keith, i do have to trim them so they won't come up front. I'll show you guys how they look from the side.
But for now, some new pics :
The first photo is a beautiful collection of coloured very healthy plants.
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