CAU planted tanks!!!! (seizure warning)

Discussion in 'Planted Tank Gallery' started by tko187, 16 Jul 2008.

  1. tko187

    tko187 Member

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    Im sorry if these have already been posted but i had to share this. I hope you all enjoy.

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    One of my favs!!

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    Thanks for looking, again apologies if any of these have been posted.
     
  2. George Farmer

    George Farmer Founder Staff Member

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    Yes, those guys are something else. The photography is a big part to their impact too.

    BTW did you get permission to post their photos here? I doubt very much they'd mind but it's common courtesy.
     
  3. tko187

    tko187 Member

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    Nope, i never thought of that? I seen these on lots of different sites just figured it would be ok, i dont think they would mind the exposure, but if there is a problem i shall remove them. Im sorry never thought about that before posting. Just wanted everyone to see. Thanks.
     
  4. Thomas McMillan

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    Is there a website with further information on these?
     
  5. George Farmer

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    No worries. I'm sure if you posted a link then that would suffice.
     
  6. tko187

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    There is a website but im afraid its in vietnamese will try and post a link if i can find.
     
  7. Garuf

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    look around on the right hand side and you'll see "en" on a green tab, click it.
     
  8. tko187

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  9. TDI-line

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    Some stunning tanks there, i also like the lovely titles for each one also.

    I think mine would be called "Dan, your dinner is in the oven again!" ;)
     
  10. spaldingaquatics

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    They're all great, 'fairy valley' and 'island of glory' are the best for me :D
     
  11. Spider Pig

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    Really inspirational. Seem to take aspects of different schools and merge them beautifully. Have to say that these are my favourite styles, preferring them to nature style alone. They are actually from Hong kong. If you visit the aquarium shops there quite a few have big displays like this- really impressive to see in the flesh.
     
  12. passerby*

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    Sense of scale is lost with in these tanks, you can only really determine the size of the tank through looking at the fish , I think that’s such a strong point for any planted tank.
     
  13. LondonDragon

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    Really amazing scapes, and to do this you also need to visualize the plants when they mature, something I am not familiar with yet, that why I am growing as many plants I can to learn their behaviour, how they grow, how fast they grow and what they looks like when matured. Maybe one day I can do something similar to some of these (I can dream :lol: )
     
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  15. Mark Evans

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    a gold mine of info, its in my faves already :D good find.

    my problem too LD, but we'll learn ;)
     

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