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Old 03-26-2014, 10:29 PM   #21
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Following along!! I also like the 1st one
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Old 03-26-2014, 10:37 PM   #22
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What will you be putting in the tank?

Nevermind, completely missed where you mentioned it.

For peaceful, I see a 4th option if you're able and willing. Cut down the trunk some and anchor that to the bottom to be like a tree with the roots as branches. Then use Christmas moss or another dense moss on the roots. Look like a small windswept tree in your tank.

If not, I like option 1 the best also.
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TY all,
i actually preffer the #1 as well - shows off the most detailed parts of this particular DW.
second one is a try to look so to say "natural, upright with roots down, 3rd as an arch.
fishyd, this is indeed going to be a peaceful community, but while i like the pro built scapes i'm not a huge fan of those underwater tree arrangements.


i think i probably need to start a journal thread as this is not really a new acquisition anymore
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Thanks!

I received my beamswork fixture. So bright and so neat to have just one to cover the entire length.

Playing with driftwood arrangement. Which one you like better?
#1 best

Put up a link for the new thread!
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TY all,
i actually preffer the #1 as well - shows off the most detailed parts of this particular DW.
second one is a try to look so to say "natural, upright with roots down, 3rd as an arch.
fishyd, this is indeed going to be a peaceful community, but while i like the pro built scapes i'm not a huge fan of those underwater tree arrangements.


i think i probably need to start a journal thread as this is not really a new acquisition anymore
Link the new thread when you create it!

And fair enough, having it like the first picture though will show its character well.
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TY guys, Linked:
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