Another NSA broken rock aqua scape!

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Like many, I tried my hand at a new aquascaping method. It was both harder and more enjoyable than I anticipated. Getting started was a bit tough, but once you start, it kind of takes off. When I ordered rock and glue, the super glue accelerator was sold out, so I made my own with some baking soda and water. Worked well enough. Still waiting on the mortar to come in, was finally able to order it on Friday, as it’s been sold out. I also decided to add some real reef branches, as I really love the shape and look of them.
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Yeah. It is a bit distracting, but I’m hoping the rock colors up and it blends together. I couldn’t resist adding the branch rock, I love the look of that stuff. Especially real reefs newer shapes.
 
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