Wow, that is a huge improvement.I've been pleasantly surprised by the improvement made by the Twinstar 900 SP.
It's really changed the feel of the tank and the whole room in fact. It's somehow clearer, as I think I was getting some strange things happening with strobing with the old light.
Pictures taken with iPhone and have had no adjustments to the colour. It's not what I call accurate, but it should show the difference.
My DIY light
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Loving the hardscape here, really makes an impact, superb work.Another Accident - Moss & Rocks
Just filled the 30cm cube. It's simple, but I can't wait for it to grown in.
I'll be uploading a video with the full build soon.
What light would people suggest for a 30cm cube?
Does anyone else see the weird face (top left) with its eyes closed?
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Thanks for the compliments all.Love the hardscape on your 30cm!
Do you plan on adding some extra plants? Or just the mosses? Some anubias nana bonsai would look nice aswell
Same for me, nice rock work. I don't usually comment on hardscape, and I know there is a concept of <"tension">, but tanks always just look unnatural to me when the <"bedding planes are all at different angles">.I particularly like the way you've created the idea of bedding planes that all dip in the same direction
Thanks Tim, that's pretty much what I try to do. If only I had a shrink-ray!it looks as though you've slipped a glass box over a natural rock outcrop.
Thanks Darrel, I know what you mean. In the second photo, the rock in the top right pointing left defies physics somewhat.
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