#893: 4L Wabi-Kusa Fork in the road

Brett Garcia Bremerton, United States


Nicely incorporated driftwood into the Wabi-Kusa and it represents your idea of a fork in the road quite well. Some additional plantings of stems in the middle portion would have made this design pop.
— Bailin Shaw
Nice detail in the plants. Like the color mix and the scale. Wood has a lot of character and probably the last photo perspective of the wood is the most interesting.
— Jo Ann Fujii
Your plant growth is lovely but the overall effect is somewhat spoiled by the murky water below.
— Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 20 × 20 × 13 cm
Title Fork in the road
Volume 4L
Background white paint wall
Lighting ONE flat nano and additional lighting as needed for pictures
Filtration N/A
Plants Ammania bonsai, Crypt lucens, Alternanthera reineckii 'mini', giant hairgrass, Ludwigia repens, Riccia, Utricularia graminifolia, Salvinia minima, Hydrocotyle tripartita 'Japan', Christmas moss
Animals N/A
Materials Pine wood
Additional Information Flourite Black substrate in a mesh bag. Container is glass moulded around a wood stump. The piece of wood was the inspiration in this wabi-kusa. It looks like a split in a trail while you're hiking in the woods. It also looks like it is holding the wabi-kusa up like a fork would food.

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