#355: 162L Aquatic Garden Dive Into 'Wilderness'

Rahul Mukherjee Kolkata, India

Awards and Comments

Top Ten
Wow a big job isn't it???
Very intense and worked aquascape. There are too many details that take our attention and confuse the look. This confusion is because everything in this layout is duplicated. The path the big shadows but mostly the driftwood are repeated posted in line on both sides added with their own reflections created repetitive elements that polluted the layout.
The upper void takes off importance of the lower void and again confuse the observer.
When we create too many elements we need to give priorities to them but when create too many elements and duplicated them we confuse our own job taking power away from those elements.
Your sensibility and skill are amazing but try to use them with more control.
Congratulations despite my words your job is amazing!!
If my words made sense for you let's do it better next year!! I will be awaiting you!!!
— Andre Longarço
Amazing work! Perfect balance between plants and structure.
— Juan Puchades Rufino
Just amazing.
The proportions layers perspective are in balance.
It has many worked details and patience.
Well done.
— Jhonny Vanegas Cardenas
Great structure great fish placement. Overall this is a really well executed layout and photograph.
— Hiep Hong

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 90 × 45 × 40 cm
Title Dive Into 'Wilderness'
Volume 162L
Background White Screen
Lighting Solar RGB on for 8 hrs a day
Filtration External Filtration at 1000 lph through bio-media
Plants Micranthemum sp. 'Tweedy' , Riccardia Graffei , Vesicularia sp. , Rotala H'ra , Rotala Nanjenshan , Rotala Mexicana , Bucephalandra sp , Anubias Barteri var Nana 'Petite' , Cryptocoryne Lucens , Cryptocoryne Wendtii , Hemianthus Micranthemoides , Microsorum sp. , Limnophila sp Vietnam ,Staurogyne Repens , Pogostemon Helferi , Eleocharis sp.
Animals Paracheirodon Axelrodii , Clea Helena , Caridina Multidentata
Materials Ironwoods
Additional Information Aquasoil substrate used with La Plata Sand .Chiller set at 24 degrees to control temperature in warm tropical climate

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