Critique my hardscape Hardscape plan

Sheepy90

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Afternoon guys

I’m looking at rescaping my nano and this is what I have so far. Obviously the back will be raised a little more.
I’m thinking maybe sand to the front then maybe eliocharis mini between the rocks and then some moss on the wood. These are just ideas and would love for you to give me some advice on rock placement etc. I have some more rocks and smaller pieces so can replace play around with what Iv done.
Also any advice on plants would be appreciated.

Let me know your ideas

Thanks Sean
 

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Sheepy90

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Iv also set this one up which I feel has a better focal point but worried will be planted less may have some sort of path through the valley with mosses and taller plants at the back.
Any ideas and which do you prefer?

it’s for a 10l tank hoping to squeeze a co2 system in if I can it has fairly low tech lights and running a small hang on filter. I’ll be using Tropica soil and growth substrate andplacing tans in the soil and dosing with EL ferro profito and car I every day
 

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The second one is much better i think. I wouldnt rush to put tall plants at the back, it will ruin the sense of scale. If anthing have them slightly bigger at the front with very small at the back.
 

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