Inspirational wood-dominated aquascapes

hotweldfire

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These are probably my two all time fave scapes (wood or no).

This one for the sheer skill of building that piece of wood:



http://www.cau-aqua.net/index.php?option=com_zoom&Itemid=29&page=view&catid=258&PageNo=1&key=0&hit=1

and then this one:



http://www.cau-aqua.net/index.php?option=com_zoom&Itemid=29&page=view&catid=211&PageNo=1&key=0&hit=1
 

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The 1st one is a beaut, but I'm not fond of the 2nd. Sure I can see why it would appeal to some, its just not my bag baby!
 

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nayr88 said:
but I'm not fond of the 2nd. Sure I can see why it would appeal to some, its just not my bag baby!
probably one of the best examples of how to create depth in an aquarium ;) if you study it carefully you can learn a lot from it for various scapes ;)
 

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LondonDragon said:
nayr88 said:
but I'm not fond of the 2nd. Sure I can see why it would appeal to some, its just not my bag baby!
probably one of the best examples of how to create depth in an aquarium ;) if you study it carefully you can learn a lot from it for various scapes ;)

I didn't comment on the depth, the depth is great, so is the health of the scape the plant choice is excellent I can see why people would love it but i do not..... ;)
 

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LondonDragon said:
nayr88 said:
but I'm not fond of the 2nd. Sure I can see why it would appeal to some, its just not my bag baby!
probably one of the best examples of how to create depth in an aquarium ;) if you study it carefully you can learn a lot from it for various scapes ;)
It's also photographed using an UWA lens to further enhance the illusion of depth.
 

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