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I like the way the Anubias 'climb' up the rocks and how the plants are layered into the distance. The driftwood seems not to be needed and too central. The rocks are very good selections and well placed.

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A lovely arrangement, much better than your last one shunjung. Your photography and aquascape have both really improved in this new incarnation. I think the plants need a little more time to fill in to cover up the base of that branch (it looks a little awkward at the moment), but otherwise I give it a thumbs up.

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wow , beautiful ... although the rocks on the right look to mw too neat and unnatural ...
could u give the web site where i can order this rocks from? how much did u pay please?

could u give more info on your tank?
 

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Shunjung, Impressive tank! I especially like the contour of the Rotala and the Hemianthus (?) on the right.

The sand you have in the foreground, is that your substrate throughout or do you have an enriched substrate in the growing area? If so, how did you separate it?

Your background is nice. Any special effects used?
 

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to Tsunami:
Your advices drive me to scape better works and more skillful. Thanks!

to mor b:
You can order the rocks from any of ADA's local distributor, their website: http://www.ada.co.jp but it is in Japanese. BTW, actually the rocks came from southern China.

to IUnknown:
I will take another picture more "professional" before ADA competition, Thanks!

to Bob:
Thanks for your prasie. The white sand seperate from the ADA black soil behind. There is no special effect on the background, just illumination from the lighting equipment.
 
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