Aquascape critique

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So I made this out of caribsea rock to replace my current pile of rocks
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Honest OP. Looks great! But for practicality, I would like to see a bit of the center mass opened up for water movement and fish hides. I also would look at it with a similar light above to make sure you do not have any shaded areas you do not want to shade
 
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Personally more is more when it comes to reefscape. I have lots of small fish along with lots of rock for them to hide in not that they hide much. A lot of rock appears to give them confidence to come out knowing there is a bolt hole not far away should they need it not that they do of course. That I believe stems from their genetics.
 

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