Beachcombing

Kezzab

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Hi, not yet. It's been soaking in an old bin so all thr salt can leach out. Its almost usable now.

Im swithering about using it, or doing a rock hardscape only.

It would be cool, but it might also be a bit one dimensional. I dont have another piece that it would wirk with. So itd be one of those 'big striking bit of wood' tanks, but might not have much beyond that. It would also be fairly similarish to how my 90cm is currently set up (Murky Lurky journal).

We'll see...

You want to make an offer? :)
 

Onoma1

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Hi, not yet. It's been soaking in an old bin so all thr salt can leach out. Its almost usable now.

Im swithering about using it, or doing a rock hardscape only.

It would be cool, but it might also be a bit one dimensional. I dont have another piece that it would wirk with. So itd be one of those 'big striking bit of wood' tanks, but might not have much beyond that. It would also be fairly similarish to how my 90cm is currently set up (Murky Lurky journal).

We'll see...

You want to make an offer? :)
It would make a dramatic scape - useful in the Aquatic Design Group style of tank.
 

Kezzab

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Aye, it was ADG i was thinking of. I find some of their stuff cool, but superficial. What you see is what you get, style over substance. That's a broad generalisation, i do really like some of their stuff.
 
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