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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-30-2005, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Small piece of art

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I would like show you my friend (Krzysztof Kijanowski) office tank. Krzysztof don't speak english so i show you his work .

For me this is amazing thing , I love design, this is not only aquascape, this is small piece of art.

Tank:16x16x16cm 4l (about 1g )
Light: DIY 2x4W Leuci bulbs(T5)
Substrat: MHK Floran
Filteration: Sunsun HBL-301
Plants: Microsorium pteropus, x-mass, glosso
Bioload: 1guppy, 1amano shrimp, 1neritina natalensis
Ferts: water change 50% per week (water from bigger - over 100g - planted tank), no other ferts
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This tank is 2.5months old





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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-30-2005, 05:53 PM
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Wow, that looks great! I love the moss on the outside base of the tank.
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I like it, something unique. Keep it up Norb.
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That is a great tank, any face front pictures?
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That's a nice tank. The moss on the outside is a nice touch!
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Truly a masterpiece. So much dimension in such a small space.

Now tell your friend to remove that guppy and replace it with a few cherry shrimp . All that moss is begging for a few little red guys.

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I love it!
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Thank for comments.

Maybe tomorrow I will show front pictures and stand detail.....in Poland is 25:45. so time to bed

Cherrys's/ CR shrimp are very good idea. He has got lot of shrimp in other tank.
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Beautiful! Absolutley stunning! I'd love to see cherry shrimp in there too!
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.....in Poland is 25:45. so time to bed
How many hours in a day over in Poland, seems more than 24 hours


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Yea, the polish devised a new calendar system with a 36 hour clock.

That tank looks great. I love the moss around the outside. Is that just regular old terrestrial moss you find in the woods?

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How many hours in a day over in Poland, seems more than 24 hours
Hehehe....like i wrote...it was time for bed
Yeah..we have 36h clock and we work 20h per day

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Yes this is some kind of terrestrial moss (maybe Sphagnum sp.)



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your friends tank looks great.. and your english is not that bad


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That is beautiful and very creative. Thanks for the light photo...I was intrigued by the design.

Your friend is very talented !
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post #15 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-02-2005, 02:46 AM
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WOW! Looks great. Such work shows much patience, focus, and creativity. Can I ask, is there a filter in there?
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