Stu's 90x45x45 Apalala Shore - IAPLC 2012 #114 - AGA 2012 #3

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  1. Ady34

    Ady34 Global Moderator Staff Member

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    Howay Stu....pictures please.......at least a snippet :)
     
  2. viktorlantos

    viktorlantos Aquascaper

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    And new pics! :)
     
  3. Stu Worrall

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  4. Ady34

    Ady34 Global Moderator Staff Member

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    sooner.....
     
  5. hydrophyte

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    LOL sorry to hijack your journal...don't know how I copied that here(?).
     
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  6. Stu Worrall

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    Lol, think you missed your journal Hydrophyte!

    Here is the new design. XL Sieryu and Manzi Wood. Someone did mention its hard to combine the two so I thought I'd have a go. Its changed since then as Ive filled in some gaps.

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    New 90x45x45cm aquascape design by Stu Worrall Photography, on Flickr
     
  7. Mark Evans

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    Nice materials Stu!

    The stone is to die for. I think with a bit of tweaking, you could be onto a great layout.

    For me, it's not quite there yet. The stone is that nice, that I'd consider using just the stone.

    Ultimately though, plants will change the whole look of the hardscape. What you have in your mind will be different to what we might be thinking.

    Critiquing hardscape alone is always a challenge.
     
  8. Stu Worrall

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    Thanks Mark :) Im thinking of doing the next scape with just the stone but i wanted this fully planted with a mix of crypts, HC, mosses and stems and the wood suited these better. Its changed a bit since then and is now fully planted. Im just sorting through the images. Give me a shout about the vid when youre free. Sorry I missed you call before Christmas as was in a boozer in Liverpool :D
     
  9. Arana

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    Awesome Stu, can't wait to see the next installment:)
     
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  10. Ady34

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    Any news on progress for this one Stu?....would like to see it planted :thumbup:
    Cheers,
    Ady.
     
  11. jack-rythm

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    looks amazing, beautiful stone, its very hard to find a more than 'very nice' piece if you know what i mean... you really need to wait a while till you find the right stone you want. this looks great as always :)
     
  12. hydrophyte

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    That looks brilliant Stu!
     
  13. Stu Worrall

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    Sorry. Looks like I lost the subscription from this post. I'm planning on putting up a thread soon. The new setup is growing in nicely at the mo :)
     
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  14. Ady34

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    Yeah, got a sneak preview of it on the Facebook site, love the pencil fish and it looks like another cracker!
    Cheerio,
    Ady.
     
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