First Attempt!

Wayney

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saintly said:
looks great mate,

its done its job, so start again. its how we learn. im discovering this quickly. you cant really take this scape any further IMO. go for it ;)
That's pretty much how I'm seeing it now. I've spent most of the day looking through my copy of the IAPLC 2008 book for inspiration :) I've got a few ideas so far but i'll think on it for a bit longer ;)

P.s. Your new scape is looking really promising so far mate....Good stuff 8)
 

Wayney

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Well this scape is now gone in preparation for the new one, I'm quite glad really as I started to dislike it quite a lot :twisted: . So I went hardscape shopping yesterday and returned with some nice bogwood pieces. Here's a pic of a few of the pieces I bought.

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All for £11...BARGAIN :D
 

Garuf

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I'll buy the job lot for £12 :p
They look the bees knee's you got any ideas on what you're going to do with them?
 

Wayney

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Garuf said:
I'll buy the job lot for £12 :p
They look the bees knee's you got any ideas on what you're going to do with them?
Ooooo....£12, that's a good offer but.....think i'll have to pass :p
To be honest I'm thinking along the lines of something similar to Dan Crawford's last scape but with a splash of red thrown in and without the moss (maybe) :?

Thomas McMillan said:
You've got some nice bits there, nice one!
Cheers Thomas, my lfs had a lot of really nice pieces in yesterday.
 

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