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  1. Graeme Edwards

    maybe its just me..

    I know the feeling. Ive only been back one week and I have a 5000 word project to do of my choice and one that is a 3000 word essay on Tourism in the Countryside. Plus 5 more over the coming months. AND I have to pay for it, over £2K for this year alone. I must be mad. My 5000 word essay is...
  2. Graeme Edwards

    maybe its just me..

    Thanks. I am a very busy chap these days. Ive just started my 3rd year degree in Countryside Conservation and Recreation management. Its a very expensive course and demands most, if not all of my mental time. Plus I have a wedding im planning that coincides with the end of my study - as well as...
  3. Graeme Edwards

    maybe its just me..

    The Aponogeton got pruned at various stages. I think it looks better gone as it shows off the rolling landscape much better. One of my better scapes.
  4. Graeme Edwards

    'Worlds End'.Working the nano magic. 27/8/09

    Hi, Thanks for bring this back out of the archives. I had forgotten all about this little scape. Cheers.
  5. Graeme Edwards

    120 x 55 x 55 Journal finished.

    Re: 120 x 55 x 55 A new perspective Nice video Mark, that new sliding tripod thing was always going to get used to the hilt. You did say it would be used in every shot. Your not joking, lol. Looks nice though.
  6. Graeme Edwards

    Anubias melt !

    I maintain it is some kind of bacterial or fungal blight........ From were or why, who knows. Could be over breeding of the same plant, nursery techniques. Skilled terrestrial plant growers have problems with diseases and blights despite providing everything the plant requires, so its not far...
  7. Graeme Edwards

    Who has a motorbike?

    Jeez, its story's like that, that freak me out and so sad too. My misses likes being on the bike. Im not sure I could cope if I lost her while out on the bike, horrible thought. When it goes wrong it goes very wrong.... I thought of trading it in and saving for a camper van. That way I get...
  8. Graeme Edwards

    juwel rio 180 before i empty it

    The colours and contrasts are great, though they all just need to fill in to get that feeling of dense verdant tropics. Nice colours.
  9. Graeme Edwards

    Who has a motorbike?

    I never want to fall off, or be crashed into. Thats my greatest fear. I can do my best to ride safe and get home in one piece but you never know. I saw a 17 year old lad killed instantly on a 125 on a country road in the lakes. Shuck me up like nothing before. Ive though about selling mine...
  10. Graeme Edwards

    Who has a motorbike?

    Ive got an aprilia Pesgao 650 Xtrail. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us I dont get out on it enough.
  11. Graeme Edwards

    How old are your fish?

    I have some pygmy cory's and they must be at least 8 years old. They go back with me along way and I love them for that.
  12. Graeme Edwards

    George Farmer

    Hes famous for his builders bum or under crackers showing :D
  13. Graeme Edwards

    Takashi Amano lecture and workshop in Aarhus, Denmark

    Would of loved to of visited Arhus again. Hope you few guys who went enjoy it and represent UK the only way you guys know. Look forward to seeing some pictures.
  14. Graeme Edwards

    Yanks, We suck.........

    If we are talking art... then for me... Barbera Hepworth is the master of biotic style art. She confessed being inspired by the rolling hills of the moors where she grew up in the north of England. She is inspired by nature, even though her art is not natural, though it does have an organic...
  15. Graeme Edwards

    Yanks, We suck.........

    A quick apology - When posting the above first thing today, we had sone king if technical glitch. My post duplicated resulting in me removing the duplicate post. The forum tech part shows I deleted 2 posts of mine. However, it also removed supercolies post and colditza too, along with a strange...
  16. Graeme Edwards

    Yanks, We suck.........

    Thats really interesting. Maybe, what we are doing is creating aquascapes to please others more than our own creative edge..... If you look at an IAPLC contest, you will find that the following year, people are trying to copy the high rankers. Is that ego or flattery? We are generally...
  17. Graeme Edwards

    UK wood in aquariums

    As a rule, if its a moderately hard wood, then you are fine to use it. Oak is the best as its one of the hardest we have in the UK. Some look great but wouldnt be suitable. Gorse Ulex europaeus looks brilliant, but wouldnt be suitable. Hawthorn, Apple, Cherry, Birch, Alder, Rowan, are some that...
  18. Graeme Edwards

    Yanks, We suck.........

    For me, from the first time I set to on an aquascape, it has been about art and nature. The two influence each other and nature, knowingly or not has influenced the great artists of the past. My view and still is, is that all you need to do is look at how nature presents its self. Iwagumis can...
  19. Graeme Edwards

    90x45x45cm - 2011 IAPLC entry #577 - The Unknown Valley

    Re: 90x45x45cm - Unknown Valley Thats xmass moos Stue. The scape has gone bonkers pal, real wild. Its a shame you cant see the rock work.
  20. Graeme Edwards

    Advice on hardscape.

    You can always snap or cut bits and bend them into place. Don't take the piece of wood as you see it. Work with it, take bits off it add smaller bits to increase it's interest. Maybe just add a few choice (small) bits to jut out into your open area. Just some ideas.
  21. Graeme Edwards

    Advice on hardscape.

    The points that strike me with your wood..... Your have created a 'U' shape. Looking at that 'U', it is very smooth and flat in its appearance. The wood is vertical and flat faced as it sweeps around the tank from corner to corner. This gives the result of poor depth. To get over this, you...
  22. Graeme Edwards

    ADA studio Japan

    Nice video and nice track to boot. One day, I will visit the ADA palace. Thanks for sharing.
  23. Graeme Edwards

    The UKAPS massive, invade Holland! Vivarium 2011

    Hey, I'm sorry to have not been there this year. Doing these shows are truly punishing. Lack of sleep, hangovers, traveling. It's a killer, but great fun. Respect to Dan for organising this him self. I'm so caught up in studying I can't help my best mate out. So Dan deserves all the credit...
  24. Graeme Edwards

    Back to front scaping.........whats your thoughts?

    I like the idea of the concept, but I think, even with the guidance of Amano, these types of scapes in the ADA gallery are not hitting the spot for me, and I suspect many others. Its a trend that will be shorted lived as I think that this style does not hit that sweet spot of aesthetic bliss...
  25. Graeme Edwards

    Buttermere

    Great shots, great location. Such an amazing place. Last time I went up there, the misses burnt my clutch out going up the hill when heading up the valley, you will know the one. £350 later, cheers love.
  26. Graeme Edwards

    The UK,S SMALLEST BIRD

    A real treat John, nice work. Ive never seen one myself. Its a shame theres not something next to it so we can see some sense of scale. Lovely shots. :thumbup:
  27. Graeme Edwards

    Competition in Hannover, Germany

    Nice one for posting the pictures up Viktor. Dan and George, well done fella's, you have do the UKaps corporation proud. Up against some serious competition. I see George got papped from aquatnet.tv , Dan, where was your fro's? Nice work guys :thumbup:
  28. Graeme Edwards

    Competition in Hannover, Germany

    Good luck duders. Fly the UKaps flag and do us proud. It sounds a tough ticket both physically and mentally, but a few tins should help you both along. Dan, dont for get to brush your hair, ya gota look the shizzel. Good luck from door to door. :thumbup:
  29. Graeme Edwards

    Busy busy times. New learnings...

    Cheers Sam. I have kept you in mind if I get stuck. I need to do some volunteer hours and have got 7 days owing to me, so im going to see whats going on an book them if I can. The more varied the experience the better for my CV and for the portfolio. If you can suggest anything Sam, please...
  30. Graeme Edwards

    Flu

    Thats exactly what ive been like until this week. Only just getting back to something like zero pain on the way up the stairs. I needed a stair lift :lol:
  31. Graeme Edwards

    Busy busy times. New learnings...

    Thanks guys. I do have a nano going, but its a grower no a shower. Its just to keep my shrimp and fish in until I am more focused for a real scape. I am aiming for masters level if I can afford it at the end of this course. Its tough holding down a full time job and doing full time study and...
  32. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Thanks Gareth. It was supposed to have marsilia hersuta as a foreground plant, which did look great. But like many Rhizome plants, they can get infected with fungal out breaks, which killed it off. Hence the gravel foreground. Understandably, Tropica did not want poor health plants on show at...
  33. Graeme Edwards

    Busy busy times. New learnings...

    Hi all. I thought I would share with you the reasons I have not been so active. Apart from being all aquascaped out with recent events such as the Aqueous Art exhibition, Hagen show and others. Life has been very busy. Like most of us this time of year, im looking hard to further my career in...
  34. Graeme Edwards

    Flu

    I couldn't lift a fork to put food in my mouth. Its terrible flu. I was so ill. Took me up to this week, 6 weeks on, to start feeling anything like normal. Plenty of vits an water. Oh and a better half to look after you.
  35. Graeme Edwards

    growbeam tiles

    Yes mate, here viewtopic.php?f=35&t=13005&hilit=1+2+lets+grow I never got around to finishing the journal. The last this tank saw was its self smashing down on the floor after the aqueos art gallery exhibition. A sad ending after an exhausting period. Im a very busy dude these days :crazy:
  36. Graeme Edwards

    growbeam tiles

    From the experience I have had with the grow beam tiles. You would need two for a tank this size. Either that, or one tile and two LED stips. I think they also suggest you position the LED's quite close to the water. I however would mount them around 30cm's or play around with the heights and...
  37. Graeme Edwards

    Flu

    I had swine flu just before my 30th birthday, crap timing, and I had to work it too. Near killed me. Take a week off and rest up mate, its a killer remember.
  38. Graeme Edwards

    Good links for ADA "Mini" series tanks?

    Hi Tom, In responce to your PM ive had a quick look in my ADA book case and pulled THE journal out with the first grab - nice! Ive tried to find an online link from a UK shop that link to it, but there is none. TGM most likely to have it as far as I know, but you might want to ring and ask...
  39. Graeme Edwards

    Aquascaping article on Daily Mail site

    This is very nice to see in such a high profile website and its connected name. We only have James Star-Marshall to thank for thrusting aquascaping to the masses in the way he has. Without his contacts, energy and fantastic other half ( Jenny ) people would still of never heard of "the...
  40. Graeme Edwards

    Id please

    Hi, Looks like Heteranthera Zosterifolia. A rapid plant which needs a lot of trimming to keep it looking its best. Great for new set up to clear out excess nutrients. Cheers.
  41. Graeme Edwards

    80cm - Paradise Found

    Its so fresh you could eat it. Nice one mate. Great capture too.
  42. Graeme Edwards

    90x45x45cm - 2011 IAPLC entry #577 - The Unknown Valley

    Re: 90x45x45cm - The Unknown Stue, your a talented chap. Love the new scape. The lava is really cool. The mix of txtures from all the various mosses, ferns etc will will make this tank look naturally wild. The bright sand will give it a much need bright kick up the backside - which is what it...
  43. Graeme Edwards

    Happy Birthday

    Thanks Steve, much apreciated :o)
  44. Graeme Edwards

    UKAPS Trip to Holland - Vivarium 2011

    Those dates nick are the dates the show is open. We will be there before hand to set up,possibly after to break down. Although, with lots of hands, we could do that, the very same day on sunday. But it would be a late night early morning before you got home. We need to figure out the logistics...
  45. Graeme Edwards

    MAC and login to college website. Whale communication varifi

    Re: MAC and login to college website. Whale communication va I dont get that far Dan. Its just locks up and starts asking me to trust or not, and goes on about certificates and verifications etc. What do I need to do to change this problem? Download a new browser? Cheers.
  46. Graeme Edwards

    Sera Aquatan

    Hi, It is possible that it will effect the trace mix, more so elements like iron, boron etc. Some people don't dose their tanks on water change day for this reason. I, however, still done on water change day. It doesn't seem to change much for me. Cheers.
  47. Graeme Edwards

    Forest and ponds

    Hey, Thanks for sharing your pictures. I thought the pictures look state side. But looking at your info,its New Zealand. They all have great potential. The best shot is the barbed wire. You could do with a bit more depth in your dark and highlights. Just upping the contrast could make more of...
  48. Graeme Edwards

    UKAPS Trip to Holland - Vivarium 2011

    As long as work and the lady at home is fine with it,im in too. Confirmed so far (I know it's early): Dan SteveUK Mark Evans Sam Mark (Arana) Lisa Matt (a1matt) Chris (Anubia) Graeme Edwards
  49. Graeme Edwards

    MAC and login to college website. Whale communication varifi

    Re: MAC and login to college website. Whale communication va https://portal.reaseheath.ac.uk/Interna ... r_code=117 This is as far as I get. Not sure if you can see or make any sense of this. /Users/Graeme/Documents/College2010/Whale Communications Intelligent Application Gateway - Error Page.pdf
  50. Graeme Edwards

    MAC and login to college website. Whale communication varifi

    Mac and PC people please help. I am doing a degree in countryside, conservation and recreation management. I have to log into the college website to gain accesses to college lessons, lesson planners etc. The problem lies when I hit the logon button. You can see it on this...
  51. Graeme Edwards

    Nymphea Stellata

    Yup, that's what I've done in the past. Don't go putting it 3ft down a hole, just enough so as to hold it in place. Cheers
  52. Graeme Edwards

    Nymphea Stellata

    Keep the crown just below the surface of the substrate, only a matter of millimeters. They like plenty of root food. Root tabs with N an P in work really well. Also in soil based substrates, or very old, mulm rich substrates work very well for this plant too. Prune to keep it bushy with...
  53. Graeme Edwards

    Scape Fu podcasts

    We met her last year at Vivarium 2009. Nice lady. Any one put down Mr Amano? :D
  54. Graeme Edwards

    The Aquajardin (Gloucester) meet. Pics and comments thread

    Re: The Aquajardin (Gloucester) meet. Pics and comments thre Looks like a super swish day. AJ looks like a nice shop. Its great to see the retailers raising the bar higher and higher. The day of a stinky old Aladdin's cave style shop is over. Its great to see AJ really making the effort to...
  55. Graeme Edwards

    Wabi Kusa farm

    Chocolate, kids and fish tanks dont mix Louis, have you not heard that. Good look with the kusa. :thumbup:
  56. Graeme Edwards

    The Aqueous Art Movement at Art Gallery

    Better late than never. I thought I would share a few photographs from my perspective. Not a lot different from James and Georges. Hope you all like them. Out side the gallery. This is my piece. Showing the scale. Shirt - models own. The big night. Cheers, Graeme.
  57. Graeme Edwards

    The Aqueous Art Movement at Art Gallery

    Re: Live aquascapes at a London art gallery Hi all. Just a quick post from me, as I am totally warn out from this weeks adventure. Ive just got home from a 4 hour drive from the gallery. Substantially lighter in my finance, drained of all energy, emotionally wiped and on a come down. I had a...
  58. Graeme Edwards

    Opinions and help with 80cm 'scape

    Nice wood. The main points I focused on were - *1* Initial impression was good, this has scope. Clever planting will bring good dimension to this scape. *2* The rocks are a bit small for a large scape like that. Where they are, they will get swamped once plants grow in, and it will look like...
  59. Graeme Edwards

    Critter I.D please. help me Darrell.

    I have had hydra before. Nothing to worry about to be fair. I think at epidemic proportions, they may cause irritation to skin or maybe fish. As for them taking small shrimp and fish. I very much doubt that the hydra we see can take hold of anything except zooplankton like cyclops and daphnia...
  60. Graeme Edwards

    My Aquarium Just Got 9 Grand Cheaper.

    Right with ya on that one. I once owned my own 'aquarium', this happened and now I rent one. I was lucky when I did buy, because my ex was a graduate, so we qualified fora 100% mortgage on our aquarium. We have gone our separate ways. No, with a much more fancy goldfish by my side, we would...
  61. Graeme Edwards

    Coventry Fly In - Vulcan XH588

    Swish, swish, swish! My dad uS told me storys of his time in the RAF when they where on call in the cold war. Hundreds of Vulcans taking off one after another. They sounded intense. I would love to see one fly. Only ever walked around one at RAF Cosford. It's my ambition to go to a propper air...
  62. Graeme Edwards

    What is this plant?

    Who's the daddy? Lol
  63. Graeme Edwards

    setting up nano using ADA (Ammonia related alqae)

    Yeah, it's usualy best to scape up but leave the plants untill that ammonia is settled. You could always do shed loads of water changes if your geared up to that, and throw lots of fast growing stems in. Or, you could use zeolite or similar ammonia remover in your filter. Many ways to skin a cat...
  64. Graeme Edwards

    What is this plant?

    Mr Amano uses a plant alot in his scapes that's native to Japan. I can't recall the exact first part of the name. You will find it in nature aquarium world, book 2. Something like Esoetes Japonica.
  65. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    You see, this is exactly why I started this thread. You say it your self. Over dosing can be problematic. ( I agree ) But why? Why or what are the problems with over dosing Iron. I have found it brings on funny algae's. Is there a level marker we should look at when growing red plants? How...
  66. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Thanks mate. There was no real plan when I did this scape. It was/is a commission from Tropica. So, the goal or objective is to produce a healthy planted tank, using only 1-2-GROW and it be transportable to take to Aqua2010. With that in mind I set out on the idea that it should be kept...
  67. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    Yes, this is more like it. Thank you Lisa. So, the question remainds. If you dose iron, any of you. How much do you dose and on what grounds do you dose at that rate? At what concertration and daily or weekly amount is good? How do we even know what concerntration are in n any brand of iron? I...
  68. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    Essentially, all we need to know is how much to dose and at what concentration. The reasons for dosing and the effects of it over dosed, or under dosed. Im not really getting anything from the above information. Its getting to complicated.
  69. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    lol. I know how to grow too, but some people hate it when you do it your way and it works. People love telling you your wrong dont they, lol. Im easy, Im happy doing it the way it works for me.
  70. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    Wow, your all getting way over my head here, not doubt many others too. You science bods loose 90% of people once you start using acronyms and talking techno babble. Is there no normal way of saying how much is enough and how much is too much? I wish a was I as as clever as all that science...
  71. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Nice one George, thanks. Edwards - groundbreaking, now that would be nice. Andy, I plant up, and leave alone, no fish, shrimp etc. After about a week or so, the plant will start to show signs of growth/settling in. I prune as hard back as I can, which is tricky as the roots are still very...
  72. Graeme Edwards

    Anyone know about Arcadia LED ?

    Yes, I saw them at Interzoo if I remember right right. Errrm, I wouldnt go near them, they are like something you might see at Blackpool illuminations. The LED's are multi colored and very dim. I wasn't impressed at all. TMC would be your bets bet, but expensive, they all are it seems. T5 has...
  73. Graeme Edwards

    Just got back from TGM...

    I always use carbon and ammonia remover now when setting up. This helps a lot IMO. If I was you, I would dose 1ml of TPN and 1/2ml of TPN+ after your daily water changes. Or even give it 2ml and bin the TPN+ for now. Remember, you tap water will be high in N too, so adding more is probably not...
  74. Graeme Edwards

    Andyh's 190l Lounge tank (update 20-09-11)

    Re: Andyh's 190l Lounge tank. (now with ADA Solar 1) Good work on the light dude, the sexiest thing your misses will clamp eyes on - after your good self lol. I bet your keeping the box!? :lol:
  75. Graeme Edwards

    Fish choice for an iwagumi

    They need space to swim, and when they get it, vrooom and double vrooooom. 8) If this was a big tank, I think a shoal of Flying foxes would look amazing, I love those fish, even when they get big. Stunners.
  76. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    Green gain works, it really does.Ive had dormant moss for months, then within days of using green gain, I got tight bright shoots. Its great for getting plants to bud up after a trim too. If you only buy one, buy this one. Phyton Git ( stupid name ) also works. It acts in the same was as...
  77. Graeme Edwards

    Just got back from TGM...

    Yes, I use all 3. I wouldnt mix them, just dose them separately. For example. In my 30cm, I dont 2ml of brighty K, 3ml of TPN and 1ml of TPN+. I use old ADA bottle to give me accurate dosing amounts. When I first plant up, I only ever dose EasyCarbo and brighty K (and Co2) for the first...
  78. Graeme Edwards

    Dosing Fe ( Iron ) ?

    Hey guys, Got thinking about Iron. Back in the good old days when everything was black and white and people talked funny - What'oh. The only real plant food was Iron for aquatic plants. Things have changed some and I was wondering who doses it and how much is enough or to much. Is it even...
  79. Graeme Edwards

    Nano Tor, Andyh's 35l

    Re: “Nano Tor”, Andyh's 35l Nano Scape Good work on the new nano Mate. One tank just isnt enough is it. I was reading through scream, UG wont like the ADA, and then the penny dropped on page 2. It hates nutrients that plant. Stick it on your windowsill and it will do just fine. One thing...
  80. Graeme Edwards

    Just got back from TGM...

    As far as ive ever been aware, and after talking to they bods at Tropica, I have been and have sold advice that says TPN has no K. N,P and trace, thats all. If you make your own up, then you can make it with K. My slant on adding K, is that it stimulates photosynthesis, and that it is not a...
  81. Graeme Edwards

    Fish choice for an iwagumi

    I think with enough, they would be amazing. Have you ever seen sardine balls in wildlife documentary's? Well, they shoal as tight as that. And yes, I used a 500 strong shoal in there. Your scape is long and shallow? Then you should match that with the fish. Rummy nose are ideal, though not...
  82. Graeme Edwards

    Fish choice for an iwagumi

    Emerald eye Rasbora, they shoal like no other. Though make sure you put a lid, they do like to jump.
  83. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Thanks Peter. It was a bit of a, lets see what I have in this box, kind of hardscape, done and dusted in an hour or so. Not my usual attention to the finer details. Though im still reasonably happy with it. I do think the great health of the plants goes a long way to making a tank look good, not...
  84. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    The light is a TMC aquaray 1000 tile. Its not mine, its on permanent loan at the moment. For this tank, and maybe a little bigger it is brilliant. You can ramp up the power from 0% to 100%. 100% is supposed to be equal to 150W metal halide. Im not so sure. But the beauty is the fact that you can...
  85. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Technical gear. Aquariums Ltd opti-white tank and white cabinet with stainless steal light rail. Dimensions 30x30x30. TMC aquaray 1000 tile + controller. Fluval 305 Filter. Siporax, carbon, Ammonia remover and filter wool. Sera Co2 Bottle+Regulator. Cal Aqua Glass filter pipes. Do Aqua Co2...
  86. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    The rest of the plants as they came to me. The plants above are Ludwigia Repens Rubin and Myriophyllum matogrossense. Here we have Alternanthera reineckii 'Pink' E.Parvula. H.C Hygrophila Polysperma Rosanivig Staurogyne repens You have to make sure that you clean all of the jelly...
  87. Graeme Edwards

    1-2-LETS GROW!

    Hi all, Well, its be a little while since Ive posted anything up on here. You all know how life can get. This aquascape has been commissioned for Tropica of Denmark. Tropica, along with some of the UKAPS sponsors will be attending AQUA2010 trade show in October. Tropica have asked me to...
  88. Graeme Edwards

    How to test CO2 levels without dropchecker

    I have always used a KH test kit, checked that with a PH test and then via a co2 chart. The charts can vary, but you get a good idea of what your co2 is doing. I've never heard of what George does. I would wonder how reliable this method was for most people. Test kits and co2 charts are how I...
  89. Graeme Edwards

    Low Light plants for Iwagumi

    Welcome to the Forum rohitsingh_81 ( thats not an easy nick name to remember :lol: ) It is perfectly possible to do a great iwagumi in low light/low-tech. E.Parvula, Pogostemon Heferi, valis. You can even use moss as a fourgound/cover plant. Easy Carbo will help no end, and adding...
  90. Graeme Edwards

    anyone used thinner hose?

    As long as there's a tight fit at your connections, then I wouldn't give it to much thought. If anything, it will increase pressure and give greater speed of water movement at the exit point of the filter hose. Cheers.
  91. Graeme Edwards

    Do any of you actually own a Fluval G3 or G6?

    IM getting a G6 this weekend. Interesting point about conductivity - Could this really be the case? One for the science bods on here 8)
  92. Graeme Edwards

    If anyone feels down on life, please watch this.

    That video has just had a profound effect on me. He is an inspiration. Thank you so much for sharing Mark.
  93. Graeme Edwards

    A recent collection of my photographs.

    It's a deal Andy, just let me know when. I've got a Kelly kettle, which we take up. It's a 400 year old design. You make a a small fire in the base tray, then the kettle sit over the fire, with the fire burning up and out of top of the kettle. You have to work for your brew, finding wood and...
  94. Graeme Edwards

    A recent collection of my photographs.

    Thanks Paulo, it took around 5 hours to clime and around 2-3 to descend back down. We did some scrambles that we should of used ropes, one fals move and it would of been a bad day. Clive, I love Reggea Regae sauce and the film cool runnings. Lol but the colours chose me. Thank Stu, means a...
  95. Graeme Edwards

    Captain Cook was an aquascaper!!

    Captain Cook with his pin-set tweezers. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Amazing uh! The statue is in Whitby.
  96. Graeme Edwards

    A recent collection of my photographs.

    These two are from a hike I did up Tryfan mountain on sunday. These are some old ones ive dug out and played about with. And these are from a trip up to Yorkshire. All three of them are in the Whitby area. I hope you all like them. I just thought I would share them with you. Cheers.
  97. Graeme Edwards

    Mr Amano's home tank!! (must see)

    Talk about dragging the past up - ol.....d school post.
  98. Graeme Edwards

    UKAPS Trip to Holland - Vivarium 2011

    The green goatie there pal. I knew It would look good on you. It was a brilliant show, how hobby shows should be. Me, Dan and Stu got overly excited about the whole event. Marko and his team where so nice to us and so welcoming. Some of his team are now on the forum too. Great bunch of people...
  99. Graeme Edwards

    The Aqueous Art Movement at Art Gallery

    Re: Live aquascapes at a London art gallery Dutch courage speaking there Crawford. He knows I'm the creative edge within the founders, and wishes he had though that name up. Plonker!!! Aqueous mean vessile or container that holds water, the rest is self explanitery. There may well be some...
  100. Graeme Edwards

    IAPLC 2010 Results are out

    :text-goodpost: This is a good poste mate. Life is about vision, and that's what we are playing with. Understand vision and perhaps your half way there. Takes a hell of a lot of skill and mind controls to get a great scape. We should meditate our selfs to get in the right mind for scaping. It...
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