So, I have lots of driftwood. I have 4 big pieces that are twisty/tunnel-like. I have tons of knobby bent & curved branches of various thicknesses - I'm saving most of them for furniture making. However I may use one or two in the tank to "lead" from one big piece to another.
Anyhow, I stuck my 3 favorite pieces in the tank to see how they fit (and so I don't keep tripping over them). Tell me what you'd
use & why! I'll tell you what I like & why - lol.
Here's a shot of all of them in the tank. Mind you, it's bare bottom so they aren't elevated/positioned. They are all between 26" and 30" long, I have them in there zigzag, so they'd fit.
here's one favorite, I like the multiple arches and the embedded stone.
The middle one I only like for the big opening.
The last one I like because it looks like a dinosaur skull - lol. The tubular ends that would be seen from the side are hollow for about 7 - 8".
I'd definitely like to use the two on the ends. Would all 3 be overkill? Should I get rid of the middle one & use a thick branch or two, to make a connection - I don't want two same-size separate chunks of wood by themselves - it would be too static.
Give me ideas to think about, it will be a few months before I get this tank set up!
PS - I should add that the tank will hold small fish, schools of Buenos Aires tetras, neons, that sort of thing.