#90: 400L Aquatic Garden: The pillars of the earth(How to disappear completely)
Pasquale Buonpane, Piedimonte Matese CE Italy | E-mail: akjra82 at libero.it | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

Second Place

This is not a new style, but it is one I still enjoy seeing, since I love that part of the world. This tank has been executed impeccably. Fantastic job!

Karen Randall

Even the idea isn't original, the layout is very well executed, and the skillful work with Riccardia must be commented.

Luca Galarraga

The surreal look of this tank reminds me of a science fiction setting. While so strange as to bother it is so dramatic that it draws the viewer in for further inspection. The sense of depth and prospective is awesome. The use of space void to filled perfect. It conjurs up so much imagination to the viewer that it is hard to look away! The riccia will be hard to maintain longterm.

Drinda Jacobson

This i a real amazing garden with a great planting technic. Congrats!

Oliver Knott

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
160 x 52 x 60 cm (63 x 20 x 24 in)
Volume
400L (106 gallons)
Lighting
4x58w T8(6500°K)
Filtration
Canister filter
Title
The pillars of the earth(How to disappear completely)
Plants
Hemianthus callitrichoides,Fissidens fontanus,Riccardia chamaedryfolia.
Fish/Animals
30 Tanichthys albonubes,5 Crossocheilus siamensis,15 Caridina japonica,Neocaridina "Red Cherry".
Materials
Rocks were collected in nature.