Oh Marko....you can still say "Aw shucks!" My pleasure! I hope you stay with this hobby...it's nice to see young talent developing..."tomorrow's greats," and that sort of thing!
Quick update....my Tillandsia species arrived yesterday, and I got some extra stone and some additional buce's from Xue. The "tilly's" were soaked for about 4-5 hours yesterday in the tank and then stuck in the manzy branches overnight to dry out a bit. They are surprisingly colorful, which is nice! I Tilly-tacked them this afternoon, added the extra Seriyu stone and buce's.
Planning on getting a staghorn fern to put on the left "set" of branches, and I'll be doing some additional "polishing" over the coming weeks and months. The wife lost her job yesterday, which may slow down some of my plans a bit, but I have the time. What is amazing is that I keep adding Seriyu stone, and it never really looks like anything changes! That's what I get for having a square tank, I suppose. It's a good problem to have.
I'll try to get a few clear pictures of everything together tomorrow....did a large water change today before I leave for my soon-to-be godson's/nephew's baptism up in Michigan and a short work trip early next week. Things are still a bit hazy in the tank......
The pics are "clickable" for higher res shots......
From the left side:
From the front:
From the right side:
Looking from the right side to the left side, back of the tank:
A few shots of some of the individual species:
Here's a slightly different looking one...I like the pink tips:
One of my favorite ones...it was much more red after soaking last night:
Have a lot of iron in my substrate and plenty of light. My Hygro corymbosa seems to think so:
Like I said, I'll try to get a few pics of the whole set up tomorrow before I head out onto the road. Thanks guys and gals for looking!