Good question! Of course, individual interpretations of 'great' will vary according one's own taste.bugs said:So... what is meant by "great"?
Thats fair enough to have your opinion on it but in a "great" aquascape i find that being bored is the last sensation I feel. Staring at a decent 'scape keeps me and i'm sure many others captured for hours.bugs said:A bit like magicians to me - "Wow! OK, I'm bored now..."
This is the mark of a great tank\scape for me and what I aim for on a personal level with my own tank.Dan Crawford said:Staring at a decent 'scape keeps me and i'm sure many others captured for hours.
Same here. Some people just call me lazy No I know what you mean. When I first got Amano's books I sat and "read" them for hours. Still do sometimes, but now it's mainly CAU. Prefer the newer styles.one of my hobbies is relaxation
Someone could create one great scape and one hundred not to great scapes. Not a great aquascaper in my opinion...Tom said:So what makes a great aquascaper as opposed to the great aquascape itself?
Innovity? Creativity? Consistency? Experience? Photographic ability?
so if a musician writes one hit only, does that make him a bad musician? i think not. a bad scape might be good to someone elsebugs said:Someone could create one great scape and one hundred not to great scapes. Not a great aquascaper in my opinion...
One hit wonders! In ten years time everyone laughs at them! Either that or its a classic "if it haaadnt been for cotton eyed joeeee..." :?so if a musician writes one hit only, does that make him a bad musician?