Looks great! If I was being nit picky...You have too much negative space on the right with the combined white sand and open water. I would add more hardscape/plants so it takes up ~half of the sand area on the right. (I wouldn't add height just more length) I would also move the Vals and Hornwort(?) to behind the hardscape on the left leaving a space between the glass and hardscape with no plants to add a counter weight to the negative space on the right. Its hard to tell if you have any anubias nana petit but I think the size variation would look nice and also you can attach those to rocks so they won't be moved easily. Great job though!
Sorry, just saw this. I dont know how I missed it.
I wish I could take up that negative space but Im already pushing my luck with the type of fish I have. These fish are geophagus, eartheaters, and take up the sand and sift it all day to feed. Typically when you see these fish in tanks there is very little to no plants and hardscape.
When I set this tank up last year the cichlid "purists" were appalled that I was going to put in as many plants as I did and told me no plants could survive in the tank except plants grown on driftwood because the geophagus would dig them up--- obviously not the case.
I may need to open more space up as the geophagus grow, they are at about 6.5 inches and will grow to about 8 inches-- I have eight of them.
I do have some anubias in here, but I want to add much more to the driftwood and maybe some more java fern.
Bump: Took a video this morning at breakfast-- the geophagus are always straight up and ready to eat. @OVT
--look at the Ludwidgia grandulosa, its growing great! Thank you!