#158: 26L Aquatic Garden Sunken treasure

David Pérez Madrid, Spain


This is a magnificent piece where the boldly arranged driftwood exudes a powerful sense of direction. While the abundance of aquatic plants compensates for the lack in the hardscape it seems that some trimming of the aquatic plants is necessary at the moment. If algae residues on the glass or exposed roots and stems of the plants are visible it might give the impression of being poorly maintained. A bit of tidying up would certainly transform this into an even more stunning artwork. Thank you for this wonderful piece.
— Cho Jaesun

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 35 × 35 × 22 cm
Title Sunken treasure
Volume 26L
Background Just a translucid film
Lighting Chihiros vivid mini.
Filtration Eheim 2213
Plants Wepping moss, hemianthus micranthemoides, anubias, bucephalandras, murdannia kesiak, eleocharis mini
Animals Hyphessobrycon Amandae
Materials Driftwood, Seiryu stones, Amazonia soil, La plata sand
Additional Information In this small tank, I have tried to simulate the riverbank. Where trees fall and create shelters for the fish.

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