Cheers matey. This one will be around for a long time hopefully. I have to thank you again for the photos. They do look great.next time andy, we'll have some targets to hit, and spend a bit more time on it....and get some fish that play ball
quality scape my friend
Indeed I am. Hence why I decided to keep it and therefore have sold the pressurised. No need for CO2 to maintain it as the much slower growth is more desirable nowDan Crawford said:That looks awesome Andy! Well impressive, i bet your chuffed with it
wow. really nice tank mate! this looks awesome.
That is wonderful. It has grown in so nicely. Somehow it looks more like something that you might actually see out in nature, rather than a planted garden.
Congrats, Andy (and Mark)!
The 'scape has been done justice by the photography and the overall result is excellent.
excellent scape, adding a surface ripple changes the picture too
It's maturing great! Really does look like a jungly river bank.
Thanks for the compliments guys.Well done Andy, truly amazing. Loving the fern.
I have reduced it in terms of lengthening the increments of the stagger. In other words the full 5 series are now only on for the central hour and there is only 1 series for the first and last hour.aaronnorth said:have you reduced the lighting then? or was it pretty low to begin with?