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Old 12-04-2012, 05:41 AM   #1
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Default I need some advice on my aquascape! (Pics included)

Ok, I have been happily in this hobby for years, I have never set up a scape I was content with. That sounds sorta ridiculous but it seems like I'm always wanting to add or change something. After a while, it seems to become more of a chore than a hobby. I'd really like your guy's and gal's advice on what I could do differently. Maybe I'm missing depth or maybe I'm just crowding everything too much? I'm not sure, but I love helpful feedback! Btw, I'm using my iPhone to type on here and for the pictures, so it may not be of great quality. Here are the pictures:

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Full tank

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Pearl weed (HM)

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Ludwigia

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Unknown plant? Maybe hygro?

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Some short Swords I've had for a year (weird!)

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And lastly my Pike (crenichla marmorata)

Oh ya, and the tank is FAR over grown, and I've had a random algae bloom, hmm. Ignore those two factors though haha!

Thanks; Tyler
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