#342: 359.9L Aquatic Garden RED ALERT

Nobphacha​ Yimyou Nonthaburi​, Thailand

Awards and Comments

Top Ten
This very naturalistic "pond" scape brings a smile to my face and a song to my heart!
— Karen Randall
Beautiful underwater feeling with the lily sp. Refreshing to see this work of art. Congratulations my friend!
— Nigel Hoevenaar
This work captivated me with its plants. The red nymphs give it a special charm. At first glance it seems to be an ordinary work but these nymphs make it special creating an atmosphere of calm and a note.
— Tereza Lazar
This artwork will likely be considered one of the most impressive pieces of this year. It's a work that transcends the boundaries of aquascaping as an art. While we usually marvel at impactful compositions this piece astonishes with the artist's imagination. Despite the abundant use of red hues the balance and sophistication of the color palette are remarkable. I eagerly anticipate the next piece by this artist. I respect your artistry.
— Cho Jaesun

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 120 × 60 × 50 cm
Volume 359.9L
Background Lightscreen Blue & White
Lighting LIFE AQUA Prime Pro EX1200 /Max Lite Master Pro x2
Filtration EHEIM External filter+Power House Soft M Ceramicring x 3 + UV 36 W.
Plants Nymphaea rubra /Bolbitis heudelotii/Vesicularia sp./Bolbitis heudelotii sp./Anubias barteri var. nana 'Petite' / Cryptocoryne x willisii lucens/Bucephalandra sp./Fissidens fontanus ("Phoenix Moss) //Vesicularia sp.(Brasil moss) /Taxiphyllum sp. (mini pearl moss) /Fissiden mini Taiwan
Marsilea hirsuta / Marsilea spp. / Micranthemum sp. monte carlo / Hygrophila pinnatifida /Eleocharis montevidensis/Eleocharis acicularis (Mini twist) / Hydrocotyle verticillata / Pogostemon helferi /Myriophyllum mattogrossense /Rotala sp. Vietnam /Microsorum pteropus 'Trident'
Animals Carnegiella strigata / Paracheirodon axelrodi/ Boraras maculates / Crossocheilus siamensis / Caridina multidentata /Neocaridina davidi
Materials Thailand Rock
Additional Information My aquascape this year . I am inspired by the natural underwater photographer's view. And would like to offer a new view of "NYMPHAEA". Which I think has never been done before in past contests.

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