05-04-2011, 06:08 PM
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That is nice indeed. But AbbeysDad hit on the one issue, something needs to go just left of centre, about 1/3 in from the left side. Rather than rock though, which I think could look out of place with what you have, i would select a largish chunk of wood to match what is there, only much larger, sort of standing vertical more than horizontal, but still with thickness, i.e., not a standing tree trunk although that also might work. But I think it needs a bit more "solid." Uneven though, not a big massive "chunk" but something with interest. It would also serve to unaccent the vertical which at the moment is obvious. Some brown wood at that spot, reaching about 2/3 of the way to the surface at his highest point but broader at the base. If this makes any sense.
I did a Google of Malaysian driftwood [amazing what one can Google
] and in a quick scan found three possible types to illustrate what I'm thinking. I particularly like the darker (third) one, I think this would achieve what I am imagining in your tank.