#718: 243L Aquatic Garden WAVES

Steven Nguyen Thu Duc City, Vietnam


I agree with the artist's comment that everything appears smaller in front of nature. It's crucial for us to preserve nature and may the beauty of the natural world we depict be eternally remembered. Your artwork conveys such authenticity and it left a fantastic first impression. While I contemplated if a bit more texture in the central driftwood might enhance it such thoughts seem insignificant compared to the overall beauty. I hope you continue creating wonderful artworks that reflect your philosophy. Congratulations.
— Cho Jaesun

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 120 × 45 × 45 cm
Volume 243L
Background white background
Lighting Led RGB by Netlea 55w x 2
Filtration Atman DF-1300 x2
Plants Microsorum pteropus ‘Trident’; Anubias barteri petie; bucephalandra; Taxiphyllum alternans 'Taiwan'; Pilotrichaceae sp. 'pilo moss'; Fissidens splachnobryoides; Hydrocotyle Sibthorpioides; Helanthium tenellum; Micranthemum 'Monte Carlo'; Ludwigia Palustris "Super Red"; Ludwigia Arcuata; Staurogyne sp. “Porto Velho”; Cryptocoryne beckettii 'petchii'; Microsorum pteropus 'Narrow'
Animals Hyphessobrycon Herbertaxelrodi; Boraras urophthalmoides, Red cherry shrimp.
Materials JBL aquabasic plus, ADA aqua soil Amazonia, wood
Additional Information Inspired by the painting "Under the wave off Kanagawa" to depict the power of nature.
Before the great power of nature, everything becomes small.
Let's protect nature, protect the home of all species.

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