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Walk on the wild side

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by DiegoMarinelli, May 24, 2010.

  1. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    This is my new work:

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    tank description: Equo "serie 60 90" 90x60x50h
    Substrate : Equo Vigor substrato fertile ed Equo Eden terra attiva.
    Roks : Dragon Stone. wood : n.d.

    Diego Marinelli
     

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  2. jfravn

    jfravn New Member

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    Great, creative layout. I am afraid though, that a lot of the hardscape will become invisible when plants grow in - depending on your plant list of course ;)
     
  3. jenks

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    the hardscape looks great. any updates pictures with how its getting on?
     
  4. repanas6

    repanas6 New Member

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    looks great!!

    please inform us on the progress
     
  5. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    the hardscape is looking very promising!
    looking forward for more ;)
     
  6. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    looking good, but I don't really like the 2 straight stick on the left. The 2 stick look out of place because the rest of your branch are curvy. However it probably OK once plant growing and cover part of it.
     
  7. arjundogra

    arjundogra New Member

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    the hardscape rocks.....will be nice once the plants take over
     
  8. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    Thank you all for your attention.
    The plants list:
    Eleocharis parvula
    cryptocoryne parvula
    cryptocoryne wendtii brown
    Echinodorus tenellus
    riccardia sp.
    bolbitis h.
    Eusteralis Stellata
    Micranthemum m.
    myriophyllum matogrossense green
    rotala vietnam
    rotala nanjenshan
    juncus repens.


    ciao
     
  9. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    I hope to solve the problem when the bolbitis grow and cover it.
    maybe cut the wood top.
    Thanks.
    Diego Marinelli
     
  10. Pedro Pinto

    Pedro Pinto New Member

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    Very nice work for now. I will hope to see more.

    Keep the good work
     
  11. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    plants arrived
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  12. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    mhh, sounds like you´ll be busy the next days ;)
     
  13. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    After an hard work:

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    Diego Marinelli
     
  14. Leonard

    Leonard New Member

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    I really like your driftwood and the rest of the hardscape! Keep up with updating us :)
     
  15. Pejc

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    Exellent hardscape. Now just watch the plants do not hide hardscape.
     
  16. DiegoMarinelli

    DiegoMarinelli New Member

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    Some recently photo:
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    Diego Marinelli
     
  17. Supercoley1

    Supercoley1 Moderator Staff Member

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    This is turning into one of those special scapes :) Can't wait to see it in a month or so time :)

    Nice work

    AC
     
  18. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    Very inspiring and creative scape.
    Very inspiring because of the tank dimension, i'm starting a nano cube and you givr me a lot of ideas.
     
  19. Enrico Serena

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  20. Pedro Pinto

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    Great ascape
     

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