9. Path no Destiny Way

9. Path no Destiny Way 70 x 45 x45

Información adicional

  • Filtración: Eheim 2215
  • Iluminación: Led 6500Lm
  • Sustrato: Help advance soil plants
  • Fauna: Paracheirodon innesi, Crossocheilus siamensis, Macrotocinclus affinis, neocaridinas red fire
  • Flora: Micranthemun micranthemoides,Riccardia Chamedrifolia, eleocharis sp mini, fissidens Fontanus, Christmas moss
  • Mantenimiento: Cambio de agua semanal del 40%
  • Abonado: Sales -NPK + seachem envy+propel
  • HardScape: Dragón stone

3 comentarios

  • Enlace al Comentario Martial Maqua Sábado, 13 Octubre 2018 17:04 publicado por Martial Maqua

    good try, the tank needs more maturity, the foreground is too linear.

  • Enlace al Comentario Josh Sim Lunes, 27 Agosto 2018 10:38 publicado por Josh Sim

    A typical mountain scape, i do not have much opinion on the rock arrangement except for the one that is visible on the right side reflection , all the rocks seems to be well aligned except for the one in the reflection which is pointing horizontally. every single details counts so we need to take care of our rocks even if it is only a reflection, as it is part of the layout.

    i would suggest that the water level to be lowered by a few inches during photo shooting, at current stage, the empty area on top is too much and the top water reflection is not complete.

    plants condition is questionable as they look yellowish from the photo.

    it is not a correct way to create a path - the path is cut off by the hairgrass at the foreground and it does not look right.

    Good effort but can be better!

  • Enlace al Comentario André Longarço Lunes, 20 Agosto 2018 20:00 publicado por André Longarço

    In a mountainscape style aquarium, when we use peaks well pronounced it's very important take care with the reflexes in the both sides of glass. The reflexes must give continued to the mountains or close totaly the view. In this case, the right side is satifatory, it's true that it could be more detailed, but the left side is poor. The path divide the layout in two equal parts and this is not a good thing. Another question, I could not determinate which the main peak or the principal point of atraction of the layout. All the rocks have the same height and the same priority. The aquatic plants could be in better shape and health too. The foreground is too aligned and monotony. Some gravel and sand are welcome. But keep aquascaping, you have skills but need to study and pratice a little bit more!!! Good job.

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