- 23 May 2013
Looks really good gary. I prefer it with out the carpet and definitely looks much sharper..
I like how the two bits of wood in the centre create a kind of tunnel effect leading into the moss covered branches
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Looks loads better (not that it looked bad before), the moss looks amazing!
Hi, I don't know if this has been mentioned but I couldn't find it what type of moss is that please? I really like this and it actually shows what can be achieved with great planning and execution despite the dimensions and flows issues that are associated from a corner tank.
Thank you so much for your kind comments - the moss I used was Spiky Moss from Aqua Essentials... Which to be honest grew like mad! I found it very easy to care for and would definitely use it again.
Sounds very final that Gary, I hope all is well. I've found your Trigon efforts hugely interesting since I'm fortunate/cursed to have one myself.
Shame it's gone. Great scape and journal
Are you using the same tank on your next project?
Hey Gary, why no journal? I hope it's nothing we've done...
I for one love what you've achieved in a corner tank, you did a better job that I could've dreamed of! These trigon journals are gold dust on the net, with yours being one,if not the best.
Yep, I second that Gary, some very nice journals and great aquascapes.
It does sound very final mate, good luck with whatever you have planned and hope to see you round here still.
Cheerio for now,
Hi Gary, pleased your still going to be active Experienced enthusiasts like yourself are invaluable to the community.Thanks Ady, I will still be on here and I am not giving up... and I am working on my next scape right now, but I guess I have got to the stage on here where I feel that unless I'm running a branded name and its not Opti White and square with all the fancy inlets & outlets etc then I'm placed in a different category to all the high end kit allot of other members now run you know what I mean?
it will get marked, i dont think you even have to stipulate what tank it is, just give sizes, but it wouldnt matter, this is only a few peoples opinions, yours is much more important. I see it as a way of trying to improve on my skills. The guys involved in judging look at composition, layout plant choices etc etc, far more things than i could ever think of im sure, but if you improve from year to year it is a good indication of whether you are improving at this or not.....if it even matters to you? It doesnt stop me from enjoying viewing my tank at home or looking after it at all, im happy to have growing plants and happy fishI have entered IAPLC this year and I am sure again this will prove what I am trying to say, that's if it even gets marked