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Another re-scape, Planted 29g for those that may be interested.
Old 05-28-2012, 10:21 PM   #11
 
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Your tank looks great! Is this the finish rescape?
Haha! I'm starting to doubt that a tank scape is ever actually 'finished'
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Old 05-28-2012, 10:40 PM   #12
 
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Haha! I'm starting to doubt that a tank scape is ever actually 'finished'
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Old 05-29-2012, 07:20 AM   #13
 
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Hey man,

How did you split your sword? I split one that came...almost already split. I want to do it to my anubias and two swords.
Hey termato,

The dwarf swords just came as a few plantlets held together by a weight if I remember rightly, so I just took the wright off and separated. The really large one I just got rid of, which a piece of it sits front and centre, that came potted and again this had one main plant with a few smaller pieces all together in the rock wool. Didn't actually have to physically split them.
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Old 05-29-2012, 07:27 AM   #14
 
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Your tank looks great! Is this the finish rescape?
Thank you for your compliment!! Appreciate it.

It's never done, obviously I don't want to freak the fish out constantly by moving stuff every week, but I don't think I'll ever be totally happy. I hate the substrate, and would love a dark substrate, but don't have anything to put the fish in to change the gravel out. Each time I change things, the whole thing seems better, guess I'm learning.

It's just the nature of plants, I'll put something, if it doesn't do well or looks thin etc I'll buy something else, then I'll get bored and decide to move things.

It's because I can't add anymore fish, and I am not allowed a other tank! Lol, I've tried begging the mrs but she won't go for it.....
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Old 05-29-2012, 11:24 AM   #15
 
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Thank you for your compliment!! Appreciate it.

It's never done, obviously I don't want to freak the fish out constantly by moving stuff every week, but I don't think I'll ever be totally happy. I hate the substrate, and would love a dark substrate, but don't have anything to put the fish in to change the gravel out. Each time I change things, the whole thing seems better, guess I'm learning.

It's just the nature of plants, I'll put something, if it doesn't do well or looks thin etc I'll buy something else, then I'll get bored and decide to move things.

It's because I can't add anymore fish, and I am not allowed a other tank! Lol, I've tried begging the mrs but she won't go for it.....
Your welcome! Your aquascaping is getting better. I understand about the Mrs, my mom's the same way. They just don't understand how addicting fish keeping is!!
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Old 06-05-2012, 02:59 PM   #16
 
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A few new additions and a bit of a trim....

Update,

I have discovered the joys of cryptocoryne's! I added two different types a week or so ago, and went and bought a couple more today. I have added them to the front and front left of the tank as foreground plants. I have heavy surface cover by floating plants so need lots of low light requiring plants. Hence the abundance of Anubias, Java fern and crypts! I also had a much needed pruning sesh today, my Java moss was nearly reaching the surface it had grown so much.. I also got a nice Echinodorus osiris (rubra).

here are a few pics...
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:13 PM   #17
 
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Looking good man.

one suggestion: move the cannon forward so we can see it! lol It's getting lost in that jungle.
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:41 PM   #18
 
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Looking good man.

one suggestion: move the cannon forward so we can see it! lol It's getting lost in that jungle.
Trust you..... its fine where it is, it serves a purpose, the loaches like to sleep in it. I am not that bothered about it, but in all truthfulness there just isn't any room! that is the only place it will fit. I need a MUCH bigger aquarium.
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:54 PM   #19
 
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I know I have said this before but with the new pictures, I need to say it again. Most often, I think the look of a plain blac background is best. It makes the colors of the fish and the plants pop. I too like a black or darker substrate but all that said, Your background is amazing in that tank. It works perfectly with the plants and the natural colored gravel you have.

I understand all too well about wanting to change this or that each week. I was driving my fish nuts for awhile but I am taking it a little easy on them now. I have been too busy, I guess. All told, your tank is absolutely lovely. I enjoy seeing all the pictures.
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Old 06-05-2012, 04:09 PM   #20
 
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I know I have said this before but with the new pictures, I need to say it again. Most often, I think the look of a plain blac background is best. It makes the colors of the fish and the plants pop. I too like a black or darker substrate but all that said, Your background is amazing in that tank. It works perfectly with the plants and the natural colored gravel you have.

I understand all too well about wanting to change this or that each week. I was driving my fish nuts for awhile but I am taking it a little easy on them now. I have been too busy, I guess. All told, your tank is absolutely lovely. I enjoy seeing all the pictures.
Ahhh thanks Inga!! much appreciated.

I know there is ALOT of green in there, the whole tank just looks green, I think much of is to do with the floating plants, and the light filtering through has a green tinge.

I do like the background too, I just wanted something that would blend in, Byron has a background on one of his tanks that is a tree trunk, and roots etc and its really subtle and just blends into the back ground. Truth be told I also like pure black background, and I would LOVE black substrate, or at least much darker. The whole purpose to make the green pop, and the fish also. But it is what it is, and I got to make the best with what I have.

I have a problem, I cannot stop buying stuff for my aquarium. I am always wanting to go hunting for more plants, or other things I might need. its awful! I have been 3 times in the last week.... we have had a long weekend here in the UK for the 60th anniversary of the Queen. So I have had time spare.. just today I was looking longingly and drooling at some nice pieces of sumatra drift wood, I nearly bought some... I got no idea what I would do with it... I have about 6 pieces of driftwood underneath my tank, 5 rocks, and other such apparel... its a weakness.

It has to stop though, and the fish need a rest from the constant tinkering, like you said.

thanks again for the compliments. x
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