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Hi,
This is actualy the first time I used stones and driftwood in one aquascape. I must say that wasn't so easy. Here are the resoults.

 

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Keep us updated with new pics as the tank progresses! Im really interested in seeing how it will develop after a few months.
 

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That's really nice. It will look even better when it grows in (especially the plants among the stones), so please give some updates when it does.

Is that 'Philippine' java fern in the background?
 

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I will keep updating as it changes, I promise.

Cavan Allen said:
Is that 'Philippine' java fern in the background?
That's only 'narrow leaf'

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Such a beautiful tank, Marcin. I sense an interview in the coming months from you.
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Beautiful!

Over time... don't let the plants take over the hardscape.

--Nikolay
 

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Very nice, lovely tank. Everything flows together, looks very natural.
 

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Absolutely wonderfull! RedBaron, you've got a knack for hardscape.

Later.
 

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Bob,

Marcin is from Poland... this is a very international forum.

I don't believe that there is defined "American style" as of yet. We're still not there yet, and that is OK. I will provide my two cents tomorrow in gnatster's discussion.

Carlos
 

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Carlos, you are so right. Notice I just deleted most of my post. I still think there is a new style that's breaking from Amano's designs. Its apparently more international then I thought. :oops:

Sorry, RedBaron!

Later.
 

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Little update. As you can see the stones have been covered by algae which IMO gives very natural impression. I had some problems with BBA but increasing CO2 level and removing manually as much algae as possible seem to be effective.
The background is generally completed and mid- and foreground need to be filed with tenellus a little bit more.





 

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Good work there. I really like the tank. Simple but i think it looks very natural and lush.
 
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