Yes, i totally agree with u!! The glosso foreground looks like somewhat sparse. It is because the rocks had increase the PH to 7.X. It directly to affect the growth of all plants. So, i have reset the glosso foreground three times in a half of year!! Therefore, it haven't enough time to growth.Phil Edwards said:I think Jeff said it best. I loved your tanks last year, especially the rainbowfish tank, but this is a true departure for you. In the past your tanks have been somewhat compacted and dense in a bad way. With this aquascape you've really taken the volume of the tank and used it to the fullest. If I were judging this tank and had to be critical I would mention the somewhat sparse glosso foreground and straggly looking stems in the right top/rear. The R. rotundifolia and Didplis diandre are dense with smooth outer lines, but the red species (what is it?) has a disjointed line. Hopefully you'll be able to get that fixed before entry into any other contests.
Aside from that, well done. Your eye has really improved.