#134: 27.1L Aquatic Garden A piece of nature

Marcos Ceprián González Hospitalet del Llobregat, Spain

Awards and Comments

Top Ten
An aquarium with a very natural atmosphere and a lot of dynamism.
Good textures and shadows.
The point that could have been better is the occupation of the layout as a whole on the display. Note that in a 31cm wide aquarium you could not leave so much area in the front empty with almost no detail or plants it is a big waste of space that could be composing even more the transition from the frontal plane to the middle plane. Unfortunately these small fractional rocks dropped in the frontal plane did not contribute to the layout.
And to finish the analysis I suggest rethinking the empty points of the aquarium which are almost non-existent and the thickness and proportions of the trunks which perhaps if they were thinner would improve even more the sense of proportionality of the layout.
But anyway congratulations on the work.
Good job!
— Andre Longarço
I love this tank! Some bits of algae kept me from placing it higher.
— Karen Randall
I found this scape enjoyable but I found the foreground border too straight and uninteresting. Fish selection were just a tad too large for this size aquarium in my opinion.
— Hiep Hong

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 35 × 31 × 25 cm
Title A piece of nature
Volume 27.1L
Background Cardboard white
Lighting Wrgb 33 w
Filtration Canister 300 lph+ skimmer surface
Plants Anubias nana, Anubia nana Bonsai, Anubia nana pangolino, Bolbitis Heudelotti,
Micranthemum Montecarlo, Hidrocotyle Tripartita, Moss Sp
Animals Hyphessobrycon amandae
Materials Local woods and local stones.

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