sometimes things dont work out the way how you want them too...
when i received my manzanita sticks, i realized that there was no way i could fit all of it's awesomeness in such a small enclosure, and so i chose to tear down my 45F and use that one instead...
im thinking about getting a bigger light. a lot of the left side detail (terraced) is obscured in the shadows...
i seem to have a strong preference for sloped scapes. as you can see, this one is not only sloped from right to left, but is also from back to front. rather than following suite with the manzanita, i decided to do a centered, radiating formation instead. things should start to look interesting once when plants grow in--it could be possible that the manzantia's radiating effect will be dramatically tempered by plants used, especially on the highest side.
+ ADA 45F
+ Archaea 27W power compact light fixture w/ clamp
+ seiryu stone
+ horticultural grade sand
+ manzanita branches
thanks for taking a look. critiques and comments are appreciated!