Discussion in 'Aquascape Discussion' started by gpwdr, Nov 19, 2014.
I have had a few minimalist...
Sorry, wrong thread...
Beautiful tanks! Do you keep extra rock in the sump to?
When I think of minimalist scapes, this is the first one that comes to mind:
And this is the second:
This is Christopher Kriens' tank. Here is his build thread: https://www.reef2reef.com/forums/member-tanks/109257-chris-algae-farm-elos-160-a.html
You should definitely check out his thread if only for the amazing photography! :thumb:
those are some super nice tanks.
Can I PLEASE have the link to this tank?! It's beautiful!
This one's mine with the lights off.
This is the link where I found it: https://www.reef2reef.com/forums/general-sps-discussion/113517-kessil-350-over-sps-reef-3.html
I'll do some sleuthing and see if I can find a build thread.
Results from my sleuthing:
The tank is owned by Ricardo Prata. I couldn't find a thread, but here is a video:
I love the second one. I don't know why the bare bottom looks like something is missing. I was wondering if you need rock in the sump of the bare bottom tank and maybe no rock in the sand bottom tank?
So simple, so clean, and so beautiful!
no rock needed in a bare bottom. Its really just a personally preference, and maintain thing.
This is our 60 gallon cube. What do ya'll think?
I think it looks awesome
Beautifully aquascaped! What kind of lighting do you have?
Thanks! I'm using the max spect razor
i really like your 60 going to look even better once its filled in . Do you only a have a sixline?
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