|aunt kymmie ||10-21-2010 07:49 PM |
When I saw this pic I had to laugh! Because of that pic I placed a very LARGE order of Christmas Tree moss. It's a VERY long story (which I won't get into) but good luck to anyone out there who can get it to grow the way it looks like in that photo, lol.
This pic is from Aquatic Magic's ads on Ebay, right??
|Calmwaters ||10-21-2010 08:09 PM |
Yes I believe thats the one. LOL It would be nice if it was real. Is the Christmass moss hard to grow? I was thinking about getting some for the shrimpys.
|eatmysox ||10-21-2010 09:03 PM |
if you like that you will probably like this website aqua forest aquarium
there are some beautiful tanks on there
|Calmwaters ||10-21-2010 09:09 PM |
Wow those are awsome!
|fish joey ||10-22-2010 08:18 AM |
Nice... looks like the type of tanks that Kitten was going to attend a lecture on.....did she ever report back on that?
|Calmwaters ||10-22-2010 10:59 AM |
Not that I know of but I would love to go to a lecture on that. This must be a popular way to do tanks in Asian countrys as it seems like the majority of them were from Asian countrys.
|Calmwaters ||10-22-2010 11:27 AM |
Very cool! I bet he charges a fortune to set one up.
|SinCrisis ||10-22-2010 11:33 AM |
wow.. thats a lot of trimming that needs to be done to keep it looking like that all the time... i cant find the pic now but i saw one a long time ago with a centerpiece that was designed to look like a waterfall going into a stream and the creator used a small bubble wand behind an acrylic piece and rocks on the side to create the waterfall in the water. The bubbles were then pushed behind the back decor and expelled so the waterwall looked it it starts in the middle of the tank and the bubbles simply disappear.
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