#519: 72L Aquatic Garden Silent place

Tereza Lazar Uzhgorod, Ukraine

Awards and Comments

First Place
The hardscape hill and forest is extremely well done. The foreground is a little messy; you might even consider removing the Eleocharis altogether. Overall beautiful scene!
— Kris Weinhold
I don't know if I like only the hardscape or the whole aquarium anymore !!! How is it possible to create such a amazing scenario in such a small aquarium?
Perfect proportions natural setting excellent choice and plant placement ... lots of details and shadows that only enrich the final result.
Congrats Top ranking for me.
— Andre Longarco
The execution of this aquarium in detail seems superb! An impressive effort to obtain a very natural structure and correctly accompanied with the planting. However I do not understand what happened on the right side it is lacking in elements of interest and therefore it generated a significant imbalance in the work.
— Juan Puchades
Generally many people set up these trees on the flat ground but this scape has put them on the slope of a hill!
Very natural and give us the feeling of seeing a real forest.
Well done!
— Masashi Ono

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 60 × 40 × 30 cm
Title Silent place
Volume 72L
Lighting LED Rival MAX Spectral
Filtration Eheim Classic 2213
Plants Fissidens Fox, Riccardia chamedryfolia, Vesicularia sp. Mini Christmas moss, Weeping Moss, Taxiphyllum sp. "Flame", Hemianthus micranthemoides, Rotala macrandra 'Butterfly', Rotala "Sanset" (Ammania sp. Sulawesi), Rotala sp. 'Colorata', Rotala sp. Bangladesch, Rotala rotundifolia 'Orange Juice', Gratiola viscidula, Boibitis sp.Balai ringin, Lindernia Indica Red, Eleocharis sp mini, Anubias barteri var. nana "Petite", Anubias nana Pangolino
Hymenasplenium obscurum (Asplenium cf. normale, Crepidomanes auriculatum), Bucephalandra, Marsilea quadrifolia
Animals Boraras brigittae, Neocaridina heteropoda var. Red, Theodoxus fluviabilis
Materials roots from the forest,
quartz soil and sand, Seiryu Stone

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