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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Reminds me a TGM scape from the famous JF. Are you going to have some emersed action?
    Yeah most likely have some emersed bits of wood, should be able to attached some plants to lava rock set and sit them up high on the wood/rock to let them grow emersed.

    I will have to google TGM scape by JF, I got no idea who / what scape you are referring too? If you have a link send it over! my inspiration is from this scape, tho all the images are lost to the photobucket gods - http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/12...phalandia.html


    EDIT- On i see TGM JF = The green machine, James Findley

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    Yes; crimson sky by james Findley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Yes; crimson sky by james Findley.
    arr yes very nice scape, mine will have a less plants that require any maintenance!

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    Never been a fan of jf. His scapes always look artificial to me.
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    Hi Doyle, good to see your not plonking some rocks in a lawn again!!.....hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by PiL View Post
    Never been a fan of jf. His scapes always look artificial to me.
    I kind of agree, never really liked many of this scapes

    Quote Originally Posted by bolsy View Post
    Hi Doyle, good to see your not plonking some rocks in a lawn again!!.....hahaha
    Hi mate, cheers yes thought I should try something different and also want to wind down the maintenance a bit, 5 tanks is just too much, really only one of them (45p iguwami) needs regular trimming.

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    I’m in the same boat. Have a new 4ft tank which I’m in the process of setting up now and it will still have co2, but Be much easier to maintain. I want to spend more time looking at it, then working on it.
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