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West of The Mississippi

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by TenFingered, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. TenFingered

    TenFingered New Member

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    Hi to all :yo:
    Started a new nano tank just for fun.

    Tank: 18x13x13cm *3l
    Light: Hang-on 9W 6500k
    Substrate: JBL Aquabasis plus 20 ml, Silicone sand
    Filtration: Atman hang-on filter HF-0100
    Fauna: (probably neocardina)
    Plants:
    Hemianthus callitrichoides
    Fissidens fontanus
    Stringy moss
    Flame moss

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    My inspiration comes from Gold rush, and sordid cry of gold!!! <):)

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  2. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    I found [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNGe7iK1O-4"]the perfect soundtrack[/ame] so you can release the most awesome aquascaping video ever :D
     
  3. ianho

    ianho Aspiring Aquascaper

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    brilliant little scape!

    It really looks like the desert!
     
  4. blue whale

    blue whale Aspiring Aquascaper

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    i really liked your work...great job
     
  5. Mojojojo

    Mojojojo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Very cool. I was given a similar sized tank by a mate of mine yesterday. Didnt think there would be much use for it...until now :proud:
     
  6. TenFingered

    TenFingered New Member

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    Thanks to all! <):)
    One more picture

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    Nenad Djordjevic
     
  7. avi5star

    avi5star New Member

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    Beautiful Scape I think i am inspired
     
  8. gliga

    gliga Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Bravo!!!
     
  9. sajata

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    one little nit
    it is silicon/silica sand
    silicone is a DuPont product that is more than likely used to seal your tank...

    I love it, where do you get a light like that!
     
  10. TenFingered

    TenFingered New Member

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    Thank you for the comment and notice about the sand. Silica sand it is :)
    The light comes from those chinese shops, of course :D


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  11. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    nice little scape
     
  12. randy0319

    randy0319 Aspiring Aquascaper

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    sweet!! nicely done. will there be shrimp? or just plants....I am envious---R
     
  13. aqua guy

    aqua guy New Member

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    Nice Scape
     
  14. bgangler

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    Здраво! Nice work!
     
  15. TenFingered

    TenFingered New Member

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    After two months.

    Plants:
    Hemianthus callitrichoides
    Staurogyne sp.
    Flame Moss - Taxiphyllum sp.
    Stringy Moss - Leptodictyum riparium
    Fissidens fontanus
    Eleocharis parvula

    Babys:
    Xiphophorus maculatus
    Xiphophorus helleri
    Poecilia sphenops


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  16. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    That's really really great!
     
  17. ghostsword

    ghostsword Aspiring Aquascaper Staff Member

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    :D It is amazingly innovative to use fry so that the tank looks much bigger. Good idea indeed.
     
  18. lalmeida

    lalmeida New Member

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    Hi,

    Great scape...it looks a really big tank! Very good depht.

    lalmeida
     
  19. JEK

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    Simply amazing. If I didn't knew the size, I would have guessed it was around 60 l. The hardscape is great, the sense of depth is very good and it really looks like mountains! The lightning is also great with the dark foreground and the sun shining on the mountains.
     
  20. TenFingered

    TenFingered New Member

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    Thanks guys!:yo:
    I'm glad that you like it!
     

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