#100: 24L Aquatic Garden A World Apart

James Starr-Marshall Finchley, England

Awards and Comments

Larry Lampert Most Innovative Award
So many tanks ?
— Inderjeet Singh Bansal
Interesting concept. Perhaps if the tanks had been touching one another it would have been better. Seeing the soil banked up in between the tanks is a distraction. The middle tank needs a more interesting hardscape to be effective. The small rocks can't carry the three tanks. The pictures are taken from too far a distance to really judge the tanks.
— Drinda Jacobson
I did not know if its okay with the rules because you have 3 tanks...but I like the idea and how pefect you did it. Congratulation!
— Oliver Knott
The idea is very original and perfectly executed congratulations!
— Luca Galarraga
I didn't know quite what to do with this entry. It is eye catching and innovative but not a single tank. That added to the fact that none of the photos gave me a close enough look at the structure of the planting made me leave it out of my top entries. That said I really like it and can see how it would make a wonderful exhibit!
— Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 85 × 20 × 20 cm
Title A World Apart
Volume 24L
Background None
Lighting 3 x 7 Watt LED spotlights
Filtration No Filter, 80 percent water change daily
Plants Vesicularia ferriei, Hemianthus callitrichoides, Vesicularia dubyana, Riccia fluitans
Animals Boraras micros, Neocaridina heterapoda
Materials Seiryu stone, Nile sand, Forest sand
Additional Information This triptych was created for display at an art exhibition and could be viewed from all angles. The idea behind the design was to have a single aquascape running through 3 separate tanks in the hope that the viewer’s eye would fill in the gaps and complete the panorama.

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