Brigittae's homeland

Antoni

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After getting weary with the previous scape http://ukaps.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f= ... 5&start=10 , where have been waiting for the HC to fill in, I decided to rescape it.





I didn't take the substrate out, just removed a small part in front and change it for white sand, changed the driftwood with smaller peaces, which I think looks better in this small tank -8l and replanted the HC. That I dont think this was the most clever thing to do, considering the speed of growing,but we will see :D
I did a large water change, followed of second one 3 day after and for now the scape is doing quite well.
The lighting is the same, using DIY all in one solution - thanks to James!

Hope you like it!
Feel free to comment!
 

LondonDragon

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saintly said:
i cant see your images 8)
I have re-upped the images ;)

Nice looking nano, I have to get myself a nano one of these days! hehe congrats
 

rawr

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This aquascape looks so natural and should look great once grown in with some selective pruning on the stems, keep us posted mate. ;)
 
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