I really like the tank. Great colors and the plants seem very healthy. Very nice job.
I like the open space that you've chosen to accentuate with the pebbles. I would encourage the moss (I think) and tennellus to grow into and over the pebbles somewhat to take some of the stark contrast away.
I don't get a clear sense of focal point as the bulky driftwood coupled with the red lotus seems to me to compete with the long branches on the right. Althought the red lotus is a beautiful plant, they will shoot to the surface and throw off your composition.
It was because the colour of all shade plants are also green /dark green. So, I use the red lotus to increase the colour contrast and let it be a focal point. But, I agree with u that will throw off the composition. So, i will choose another species of lotus to replace it. Thanks your advice !!
Welcome I like this tank very much. I do agree with the others that the lotus should go. It really draws the eye and makes it hard for me to focus on the rest of the tank. Over all I like the appearance of your tank but I to wonder about the focal point. I, certainly, am no one to ask but I personally would make the focal point the negative space where the two mounds meet the background. I think this would be a strong, yet unobtrusive focal point. THis area might be a littel to centered as is but you get my general idea. I think I would not put any lotus back but instead would replace it wiht a lower plant, maybe some anubias nana, crypt or something. A C. tropica might lok nice but it may get to big, I'm not sure. I like the direction the foreground is going but I find the red lava rock poking through the moss to be distracting. I would love to see it completely covered.
These are just my 2 cents and please don't miss understand, I do really like this tank