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02-12-2014 06:13 PM
Art by Stef*
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Originally Posted by HUNTER View Post
I wish I live in the bayou.
Visitors always welcomed!

-Stef*
02-12-2014 06:07 PM
Art by Stef*
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Originally Posted by pianofish View Post
Greetins from down the bayou!!!! Didn't know we had some more planted tankers in these parts! Are you and cobra coming to the SELAS planted tank social this weekend?

Love the tank by the way. I feel like it's an underwater backyard. Has a very honey feel to it. Reminds me of holidays when I lived with the folks.
Go Cajuns,
Joshua
Ya, Joshua!
We're gonna be there with snails...er...bells on!

We'll be bringing some goodies, and look forward to meeting you!

Anymore, our whole house is starting to look like a bayou.
Maybe sell out, cut out the middle man, and get a houseboat. Then we'll be the decorations in the tank

-Stef*
02-12-2014 12:25 PM
HUNTER I wish I live in the bayou.
02-12-2014 07:45 AM
pianofish Greetins from down the bayou!!!! Didn't know we had some more planted tankers in these parts! Are you and cobra coming to the SELAS planted tank social this weekend?

Love the tank by the way. I feel like it's an underwater backyard. Has a very honey feel to it. Reminds me of holidays when I lived with the folks.
Go Cajuns,
Joshua
02-11-2014 05:11 AM
Art by Stef* Thank you Sean, and hope you feel the same after its "new do" for Mardi Gras
All in all, it's a fun tank and not intended to be a set scape.
Like decorating the yard for the holidays.

-Stef*
02-09-2014 02:31 AM
Sean W. looks awesome!
02-08-2014 11:13 PM
Art by Stef* Posting a few pics of the first time "lawn mowing" and to show I do try to keep up on the ever changing scape:



Trying to train the hydrocotyle to outline the walkway and carved a tunnel over the path:



Cory keeping the path swept:



Cory lawn patrol:



Look at it unfettered now, because the Mardi Gras eyesores will be going in in the next couple weeks

-Stef*
12-29-2013 09:11 PM
Art by Stef* Funny, RWaters, that doesn't look like Whidbey Island
Very festive pretty photo. I was going for the "Christmas Card Feel"
with my photo. Although they are 2 very different environments, the
colors, mood, and tone are there.

Thank you, Kntry,
Yes, the slate pathway is still there, but lost in the lawn that needs mowing. I
keep saying that but haven't had the heart to take scissors to it much since it
took so long to grow and get lush. It has been pretty easy to maintain. Periodic
settling is the only thing I've came across. Easy enough to align the puzzle pieces,
though.

I'm thinking the dark slate on dark substrate is more forgiving than if it was dark on light. Keep that in mind for future scapes. Also, the added cory cats are a Godsend
in keeping the pathway swept. I should of added them at the get-go

-Stef*
12-29-2013 02:27 PM
Kntry I love your tank.

I was thinking of making a sand pathway when I set mine up but I like the slate idea instead. I think I'm going to have to steal your idea!
12-27-2013 05:42 PM
Drowki no gusta on the last bit of stuff ( the glas stuff)
12-25-2013 02:15 PM
RWaters Thanks, Stef! The tank looks great for the holidays!!! Greetings and Merry Christmas from the longest island in the U.S.
Here's a picture from another famous island that's near Long Island.

12-25-2013 06:28 AM
Art by Stef* Merry Christmas from Cajun Country!

12-14-2013 09:03 PM
Art by Stef* Thank you, AquaAurora.
As long as Darkcobra takes care of the water parameters for me, and post the umpteen zillion photos I take (not very good on puter doins'), It's all good

-Stef*
12-13-2013 03:42 PM
AquaAurora
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Originally Posted by Art by Stef* View Post
My thread's been hijacked

Lovely video, Sean. Great choice of music, too.
Time to punish the spouce! don't let him wall all over you('re thread) lol
And I think your tank has a nice wild look to it in its need-to-be-trimmed-state ^^
12-01-2013 09:22 PM
Art by Stef* My thread's been hijacked

Lovely video, Sean. Great choice of music, too.
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