Discussion in 'Planted Tank Gallery' started by chilled84, 16 Aug 2010.
Still feels like the hardscape is only Halfway there.
Nano Nature Scape 30cm cube
April 25 2017
Dec 21 2017
Jan 12th 2019
March 7th 2019
Not as impressive as the others, but here’s my 48litre. First pic is early March and second is just now.
From this March 28
to this June 10
My tank in a span of 10 months
2019-08-14_04-16-39 by Deep Metropolis, on Flickr
To this..(Don't mind the tripatita just hacked it back)
20190814_142529 by Deep Metropolis, on Flickr
I hope I'm doing this right but here are my main tanks, the first 2 were in bad condition when I first got to work on them, no working heaters and underfiltrated. I don't have the original pics but hopefully you can see an improvement
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Hi folks, this thread is part of the Planted Tank Gallery and as such is really only meant to showcase images of members tanks, so I thought a quick reminder of the rules would perhaps be appropriate...
This pinned topic is for UKAPS members' to showcase the contrast between a newly planted tank and what it looked like as a fully mature finished scape.
It is designed to be a high-impact and inspirational thread with no dialogue, discussion or feedback.
For this reason only posts containing the following are to be submitted -
1. Two full-tank shots, one of a newly planted tank and another of it fully mature.
2. The aquascape's title.
3. Aquarium dimensions.
4. A link to the tank's journal - if possible.
Posts not containing the above will be edited or deleted. If you wish to comment then you'll be able to do so on the relevant journal, or by PMing the member.
from this - 27-2-2009
60cm planted aquarium by Stu Worrall, on Flickr
to this - 4-6-2009
My 60cm Red Cherry Shrimp Planted Iwagumi Aquarium - 4/6/2009 by Stu Worrall, on Flickr
From this December 2018:
To this November 2019:
NatureScape ADA 60-P
This my first aquascaping ever!!
Fluval Flex 9 gallons , no CO2. Hope you like it.
It took three months to get from this to that.
From this October 2019.....
To this 8th March 2020.....
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