#130: 450L Aquatic Garden A thousand years

Tran Chi Hung Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 150 × 55 × 55 cm
Title A thousand years
Volume 450L
Background white background
Lighting led diy luxeon 400W WRGB
Filtration Diy Filtration 1500l/h *3
Plants Micranthemum umbrosum, Bolbitis heudelotii,Hygrophila pinnatifida,Alternanthera reineckii mini,Rotala Rotundifolia Green,Rotala sp. 'Colorata',Isopterygium Moss sp Mini Taiwan, Cryptocoryne wendtii ‘Brown’, Bucephalandra sp,Cryptocoryne undulata,Cryptocoryne parva,Hydrocotyle verticillata,Myriophyllum sp 'Roraima',Pogostemon helferi,Anubias barteri var. nana,Anubias barteri var. coffeefolia,Hottonia palustris,Microsorum Pteropus ”Philip”,Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides, Limnobium laevigatum.
Animals Phenacogrammus interruptus, Siamen eater algae,Hasemania nana,Xiphophorus variatus,Poecilia wingei,amano shrimp
Materials ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia,ADA Power Sand, Bacter 100
Additional Information My original idea was a rainforest layout, I started looking for ideas in tropical forests in Vietnam, books, magazines, google search engines, ... and Somehow, a scene impressed me, although it was simple but beautiful, it was just a dead and broken tree stump, the cause could be due to longevity, accident, or human impact ... but for me, it didn't die, that's why I was impressed with it, other plants clung to it as a substrate, small animals are using it as a house, a "green" tree in another way, it somehow died and rose again, and I decided to change my idea, I wanted to show h that image is in the real underwater environment, and this is what you see.
I chose "Phenacogrammus interruptus" for this topic, a fish whose color is not too bright but still shows us its presence, how to swim fast, moderate body, luckily I have caught one Great picture, a curve that symbolizes the rainbow as light refracts light from the water.
For "a thousand years", it was a very long time that the tree went through and was the name I wanted to give this work. The past is history. The future is a miracle. And now, the present is a gift of life, which is why we call it a precious gift.

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