#149: 182L Aquatic Garden: Utopia
Wong Wai Hung, kowloon Hong Kong | E-mail: mr_kotori at yahoo.co.jp
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Awards and Judge Comments

Nice tank. I really like the path leading into the dark, rocky crevass. The scape could be improved by making the diagonal line across the back a little less severe. That may happen naturally as the Ludwigia fills in.

Karen Randall

A pleasant sloping aquascape with attractive bold colours. I feel the path is too central and the stems could do with more pruning.

George Farmer

What lies in that intriguing cave? Can there be a better example of a compelling focal point? The viewer is not only visually drawn to the mouth of that cave but physically,too. Let's explore it! Note that it is the "empty space" that makes that entrance so compelling.

Bob Vivian

The creator skillfully organized a difficult panoramic composition. A well-balanced and nicely executed piece of work. Yet, Cryptocoryne on the foreground is somewhat not matching to this aquascape. It might be better to use the aquatic plants of more brighter colors.

Takashi Amano

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
90 x 45 x 45 cm (35 x 18 x 18 in)
Volume
182L (48 gallons)
Background
blue plastic board
Lighting
6 ADA Na tube 32W x 6
Filtration
eheim 2028, eheim 2026
Title
Utopia
Plants
Pearl grass, Neelde leaf ludwidgia, Wendti tropica, Java moss, Triangle moss,
Fish/Animals
Hemigrammus bleheri
Materials
ADA "manten" rock