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Rescaped my tank
Been away for awhile with life's events but I'm able to come back now. Been hard at Work on my tank and other projects. This is my latest, starting with some live plants too. What do you think, need some honest opinions.
This is now a South American cichlid tank. I have angels and rams. The Plant in the Center of the tank is a live Plant now too, didn't have a current pic of it.
I like it. Are those all really sticks and rocks? Or is some of it a background?
The only thing that kinda catches my eye is the stick in the middle up front. It kinda splits the tank in half and draws your eye to it. If that makes sense.
I have a lot of Malaysian driftwood in it and about 35lbs of fossilized river rock. But my background has rock and driftwood too. I just kind of ran with the background to male the tank look like it.
I'm gonna end up with 2 cove like areas of the tank. The tall Plant in the Center will be the divider and I'll be putting small ground cover plants on either side of the center.
Wow that is amazing! :D Don't think I'd have the patience to put alll the rocks in there!
it's lovely,it really is !
lovin the wood !
<p>wow luke it looks fabulous xxx lots of time doing that... Your fish are amazing... :)</p>
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