03-04-2012, 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Has anyone noticed that there are no fish in these tanks?
There is a difference between a tank for plants and a tank for fish with plants. I'm not saying some fish wouldn't work in these, but clearly the emphasis is on creating an artistic aquascape with wood, rock and plants plus substrate. And there is nothing wrong with that. But an aquascape for a fish tank must be designed primarily for the fish to be maintained in the aquarium.
This is my main objection to Amano's aquascapes. They are brilliant works of art, comparable to a great painting, but the fish are secondary.
You wanted some feedback, let's see where this takes us.
Yes, I did notice that, but I still l thought they were creative. I think they look too much like real landscapes.