NatureScape - Pearling

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  1. Tim Harrison

    Tim Harrison Global Moderator Staff Member

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    Couldn't resist trying this awesome piece of gnarliness out in my new 60P. I'm going traditional NatureScape with this one, Crypts, Java fern, maybe some red stems etc. Either way, I think I'll keep it relatively simple - back to basics.
    There's still a few yards left in Return of the Shallow...but it'll soon be time to tear it down, and then I can start working this new scape.

    [​IMG]IMG_0008 by Tim Harrison, on Flickr
     
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  2. alto

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    60P
    - classic :cool:

    Change the Shallows over to a Wabi ;)
     
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    The 60p is lovely to work on and that pièce of Wood is sexy, i'll be following
     
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    Great peice of wood and tank cant wait to see this
     
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    Thread worth watching IMO :thumbup:

    The Pic reveals some of your secrets Tim in your book selection 'Wizardologly' so its aquascaping 'Potter' style;)
     
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  6. gltjc

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    Really like that wood in that tank!

    Well done.
     
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    Exciting, i love KISS aquariums. :)
     
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    Hi tim
    Very cool. I love that wood. Similar wood i saw at glens place. He had one in a dry hardscape and it look so cool.

    Going to look cool i know

    Cheers
    Ryan
     
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  9. Keith GH

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    Tim

    As you would know working with a one piece hardscape in an Aquascape is not going to be easy at all.

    Keith:wave::wave:
     
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  10. Tim Harrison

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    Thanks Guys :)
    That's a good idea, but it'd be more of a terrascape and I don't think I have room for that :)
    It's all smoke and mirrors ;)
    I'll have to take a look, might be heading back to MK next week sometime.
    Your probably right about that Keith, I doubt I'll be able to resist the temptation to add more hardscape. But the idea this time is to let the plants tell the story :)
     
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    Tim

    The only thing I can think of is fixing it to a piece of slate and standing it upright. Plants a thick matting of small grassy plants and around the same leaf type but tall making it look like a semi wild appeal.:crazy::crazy:

    Keith:wave::wave:
     
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    This will be like Takashi Amano Retro Tank

    - a rewind to Back When it was just wood in those amazing Nature Aquarium tanks with nary a stone in sight :shh:

    Of course now we :lurking: :lurking: :lurking: :nailbiting: :nailbiting: :nailbiting: :nailbiting: :nailbiting:
     
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    I guess that's the idea alto, and if I can capture something of the essence of those stunning Takashi Amano scapes I'll be very pleased. But I'm never really sure how my scapes will turn out :confused:

    That would work nicely too Keith :)
     
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    Got more wood :)

    [​IMG]
     
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    On loan :D

    or you broke the bank on a whole box for a diptych ;)
     
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  16. Tim Harrison

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    No broke the bank ;)...diptych ?
     
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    That's some haul, ever so slightly jealous..... Where did you raid to find that much in one go?
     
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    Very nice Wood pieces
     
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  19. alto

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    You know, the side by side paintings, glyphs ... or in this instance, tanks :D

    Like James Marshall (I think) triptych in

    The Aqueous Art Movement at Art Gallery

    (Is this stickied somewhere? I remembered it from ages past & went hunting ...)
     
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    Oh, I see :)
     

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