Everyone is always impressed by large tanks and for good reason too. The sheer size, the amount of water in the tanks, the fish and hopefully the quality of the hardscape. ADG always (always) nail their tanks and for me they are global leaders. Ever since I knew them back in the day they have always nailed it and I LOVE sharing their tanks. They inspire me, even after all these years and I’ve seen a lot of tanks.
For some reason the hardscape only tanks really float my boat. I think it’s just the calmness of them which does it. Much as I love plants, there’s just something about these sort of tanks that is hard to ignore. Sit back and watch true pros in action.
Watching aquascaping on YouTube can be very relaxing, especially when you see living art being created in front of your very eyes. Once in a while you see an exceptional aquascaper (normally well known) producing something that really catches your eye and makes you look at things from a slightly different perspective. Aquarium Design Group are no stranger to producing world class aquascapes and more and more I am seeing them designing hard scapes which I think are actually more difficult than aquascapes with plants. Once the scape is in place, you really have to be confident that the placement is right as there is no escaping! ADG nail this in the short clip below:
The clever placement of the wood and rock looks perfect and finishing it off with the discus truly creates a magical effect. If you would like to create a similar effect I recommend Manzanita Wood and Mini Landscape Rock.
I’d also love to hear your thoughts on the YouTube clip above 🙂