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Re: [APD] Plantless Aquascapes
I think water is necessary for an "aquascape" vs a "landscape."
You may have seen this wonderful plantless (but with fish) tank from ADG. I
think this is still totally an aquascape without the fish:
Running water, even in a filled tank with just some surface ripple, is of
course also calming. ie: A water/white-noise machine, or a nice water
feature at buildings or rock gardens.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 11:55 AM, <billpers at comcast_net> wrote:
> If, as some say, plants and animals are not needed to make an aquascape,
> then what purpose does water serve?
> I am picturing an "aquascape" inspired by the SW desert of the USA. It's
> main features would be a mesa represented by a large red sandstone rock and
> a dry riverbed of lighter reddish sand.
> The rest of the 'scape would be reddish-brown sand and gravel of various
> textures. What purpose could water possibly serve?
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