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The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2014 5:12 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 Robin,  the  scape  is  simple,  yet  so  captivating.   Great  work  there.
 
 A  couple  of  thoughts:
 
 1.  The  bridge  doesn't  come  out  clearly,  because  its  tilted  towards  left   and  there  are  too  many  elements  on  that  side.   May  be  this  is  to  do  with  the  angle  of  the  photograph.
 
 2.   The  tree  on  the  left  side  is  good.   In  many  ways,  it  resembles  the  Babul  tree  which  grows  close  to  water  bodies.   However,  the  clump  of  moss  on  the  far  most  corner  doesn't  seem  to  align  well  with  this  tree  structure.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2014 10:29 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 Beautiful  tank  bro!  Pity  they  don't  rank  all  the  entries.
 All  the  best  for  your  next  scapes  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2014 11:51 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 nice
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2014 1:59 am Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 wow  ,really  beautiful...,  what  is  the  plant/moss  growing  on  the  big  rock?  and  how  did  u  make  it  grow  on  the  rock  like  that?
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2014 11:17 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 waseemmik:  That  is  US  Fissidens.  I  used  the  grinding  method.  Grinded  the  Moss  first,  used  little  milk  to  make  a  thick  paste.  Then  painted  the  paste  on  the  Rock.  Kept  the  rock  in  moist  condition  for  3  weeks.  Later  used  the  rock  under  water.
 I  also  used  another  method  that  worked  pretty  well.  Fevi  Kwik-ed  some  moss  on  dry  stones.  Though  they  dried  and  died  under  water.  But  in  a  month  time,  grew  back.
 
 saikumar:  Thanks!  All  of  us  must  agree  that  it's  our  passion  that  drives  us  not  the  prize  or  the  rank.  Let  me  know  if  I  am  wrong.
 
 ShankarB:  Good  to  hear  from  you  Shankar  after  a  long  time.  I  had  difficult  time  with  the  bridge.  yes  the  moss  darkened  the  area  and  it's  not  clearly  visible.  As  of  the  moss  on  the  tree,  I  was  given  a  mixed  kind  of  moss  that  I  figured  out  lately.  And  the  background  Flame  Moss,  is  left  un-trimmed.  May  be  a  trim  is  required.  Thanks!
 
 CHANDWE2:  Background  is  just  white  paper.   Smile  
 
 All:  Thanks  a  lot  for  your  kindness.
 
 Regards,
 Robin
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2014 1:35 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 Healthy  plants  but  your  scape  is  not  concentrated  on  a  theme.  It  is  looking  as  blend  of  two  aquascapes.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2014 2:10 pm Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 Pretty  Good  !
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 11:00 am Post subject: Re: The Country-side Bridge - entry for TGIAC 2014 Reply with quote

 Scorpio:  Yes,  the  concept  was  to  bridge  two  different  lands.  A  highland  and  a  lowland  with  forest.  Thanks!
 
 Ravi:  Thanks  Ravi!
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