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    I just got some UG off a member named zohn, he mailed me some last week, you may want to contact him to see if he has any more

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    very nice tanks
    you have lots of talent

    Graeme
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    What a lovely surprise this thread was. Started with the first 2 pics looking like any beginners scape, then went from good to better, from better to better than that, to better again until it was phenomenal. Thank you and welcome to AL Ionut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ionut Godea View Post
    If I've managed to pick the right picture, this is my favourite... Is the background plant Rotala rotundifolia, or Rotala colorata? Or is it something else entirely?
    It looks very effective - enhanced further by your LED backlighting (I'm assuming it's LED). I love the UG foreground as well, with the Pogostomon Helferi and Hydrocotyl in the corners providing some nice texture contrasts whilst maintaining a similar foreground colour. Great work!
    It also looks as though you have 'clouds' up the top in the backlighting... was this deliberate, or accidental? Either way, I think it adds to the excellent effect of the scape!
    Last edited by RPL; 23-03-13 at 06:58 AM.

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    some of these images look so good that they look fake!

    how did you manage to change the tank so many times without having to pull everything out?

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    Wonderful work, so manicured and streamline which is not usually to my liking but these look great.

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    @ homebrander - Thank you!!
    @ Graeme - Thank you!! I'm honored.
    @ bardus71 - Thank you very much!!
    @ RPL - Thank you!! It is Rotala Rotundifolia. In the background, at base, I have a neon lamp and when I want to give a colour I just cover the neon whit a transparent colored foil. "The clouds " are made by the waves.
    @ neosin - Thank you!! With care.
    @ iapetus - Thank you!!

    New look:


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    The new look is very nice!
    What is the dark green upright growing plant in the background right of centre (behind moss covered upright driftwood)? Is it a moss species, or some kind of stem plant?

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    What a change
    totally different look and yet every bit as beautiful

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    Wow I love this, this scape is my favourite style, lots of different plants, colours and contours. Amazing that you have made it look very natural too with less focus on hard scape but more on plant growth and health. Love the UG transition to the hydrocotyle in the foreground with downoi.

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    Hey, Ionut,
    I was just reading back through your thread, & I have a couple of questions for you:
    Do you still have only 45W of lighting on this tank?
    Are you still using easy life fertilizers for it?
    Thanks!
    "To everything there is a season,
    And a time to every purpose under heaven."

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    Beautiful scapes & photos Ionut Godea - they're inspirational! Welcome to the forum. I'm amazed at how you (and others) get such good pictures including their fish - I haven't mastered that yet (mine are blurs in all my photos)! Where do you source your wood & what types of wood do you use?

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    @ RPL - Thank you very much!! Monosolenium tenerum http://www.tropica.com/en/plants/pla...m-tenerum.aspx
    I have 2 x T5 JBL Solar Natur Ultra and JBL Solar Tropic Ultra (45 w) - 90 w (8h/day). Now I fertilize with tap water and the plants are looking great.
    @ Graeme - Thank you very much!! I am honored!!
    @ samh - Thank you very much!!
    @ Laura - Thank you very much for your beautiful words!! I use driftwood (petshop) and grapervine wood (abandoned vineyard).

    Inpaichthys kerri


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    Colisa lalia:

    Last edited by Ionut Godea; 04-04-13 at 04:15 AM.

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