my planted tanks

Discussion in 'Planted Tank Gallery' started by nico, 17 May 2009.

  1. nico

    nico Member

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    Hi ,

    here are the planted tanks i realized in the past 2 or 3 years , hope you like it :D

    240L , Sonata

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    36L , Kamikakushi , low tech

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    240L , in lucem sanctam

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    65L , "classic nature aquarium"

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    65L , "classic iwagumi"

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    65L , "la clairiere" (never been finished)

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    240L , "mino no yama"

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    97L ,

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    65L , "alternative take"

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    65L , "douce ambiance"

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    i'll put some closer shots soon ;)
     
  2. Piemonster

    Piemonster Member

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    Absolutely stunning mate, all of them!
     
  3. ziperzip

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    I agree all of them amazing!
     
  4. Nelson

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    ditto
     
  5. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    beautiful tanks, to say "la clairiere" wasnt finished it still looked good and is wery original.
     
  6. flygja

    flygja Member

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    The first one, Sonata and the 97L unnamed one are my favourites. The rest are plenty superb too. How do you get those red plants so red?
     
  7. Woodpecker

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    These are absolutely lovely tanks - congratulations on such an accomplishment, a real pleasure to look at. :D

    Could you add some information about the tanks regarding the set-up and maintenance routines?

    Cheers,
    Sue
     
  8. samc

    samc Member

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    i agree that they all look great i do have a couple of favorites though ;)
     
  9. JamesM

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    Stunning, Nico :)
     
  10. altaaffe

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    Asolutely stunning, I'm sure I've seen several of them featured elsewhere as well.
     
  11. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Great set of tanks Nico :) you sure know what you doing ;) congrats and looking forward to your future scapes
     
  12. Garuf

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    They're some of my favourite tanks of the moment, yours and sabats.
    I know your secret though, I know it's actually those parrots of yours doing the scaping. Like an avian "ratatouille". :twisted:
     
  13. TDI-line

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    Nice work Nico, your tanks are amazing.
     
  14. zerosimon

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    Realy nice tanks.
    Have you got a photo from mino no yama from the front?
     
  15. Dave Spencer

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    Absolutely first class, uttoshii! I knew everyone would love your tanks.

    Dave.
     
  16. Fred Dulley

    Fred Dulley Member

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    Wow. Are you secretly Mr Amano? :lol:
     
  17. Garuf

    Garuf Member

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    Can we get some more pictures of this tank, she's a beauty!
     
  18. zerosimon

    zerosimon Newly Registered

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    Looks like
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    But ur rockwork is better!
     
  19. lljdma06

    lljdma06 Member

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    My favorite of the group. Very beautiful. Looks like a forest floor in the Pacific Northwest.
     
  20. skinz180189

    skinz180189 Member

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    Great looking tanks, some great ideas I might borrow/adapt in the future. They must cost an arm and a leg to maintain & purchase all that lot!
     

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