Planted Tank Obsessed
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Cartersville, GA
That green algae gives your rock a lot of character IMO
Thanks! It has "aged" them well in a short amount of time. But the GREEN sand has got to go...
I can understand why some may not consider these fieldstones as "Iwagumi stones." It's true that they aren't the high-dollar, imported stones that you typically see in Iwagumi or "natural" tanks.
The stones used in Zen gardens are typically native to the area where the garden is located. This stone is native to the NW Georgia area where I live and is evidence that this area was once an ancient sea. It "works" for me.
Once again, think this:
Or this link
of the Ryoan-ji garden.
Or even this:
Last edited by Buff Daddy; 02-22-2011 at 02:32 PM.
Reason: Background on visual concept