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Stunning as usual. Only thing I wish would be different is for that main root to be a bit...older... looking... if you haven’t entered anything with it yet, you can get some azolla and painstakingly attach some to root (glue). Won’t live long submerged, but will certainly give a great look to it!
Will this not eat your shrimp? And don't they need sand? Just curious because this has been my dream fish for so long, but I can't have them because my high tech is carpeted with DHG and I have shrimp.
I like it. A lot! I’m definitely taking this idea. I use an Eheim hose to water change too. I’m guessing you use zip ties?Here is is a video how I reduce organic waste in the aquarium beside a lots of shrimps and a filter with 10x turnover. I use a turkey baster combined with an hose and try to do this biweekly. Works pretty good.
How do you reduce organic waste?
I like it. A lot! I’m definitely taking this idea. I use an Eheim hose to water change too. I’m guessing you use zip ties?
What happened to the forest?
I’ve been following for past few weeks, blown away by your process, and results. Your photos are awesome too.I made the final shot and video and it was time for something new. After 10 months I was done with the scape.
I’ve been following for past few weeks, blown away by your process, and results. Your photos are awesome too.
And suddenly, it’s no more.
I’m guessing you’re more of a “journey” type, and less of a “destination” type.
any updates on how the competition went?
Still like 1,5-2 months before the results.
That is SO COOL! I love how you put the moss in the trees. Looks like an actual forest!
It looks so much like a forest that the fish look out of place!
My first IAPLC letter. Very exciting! Goal was top 500. Very close
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