Aquatic, Light and Magic
plants- include stargrass, pogo, willow, pink sunset, pearlweed, hydrocotyl japan, ludwigia and some sort of red rotala
fish- include neon tetras, pearl danios, guppies, harlequin rasboras and black neons
shrimp- include ghosts and cherrys
150lt tank, 2 sets of lights, citric co2 setup, ada v2 soil, Fluval canister filter, only nutrients i added were potassium and nitrogen every 2 days, fish and snails provided the rest.
please note, i waited for the filter to clean the water after every shot and did tests throughout it.
dont try this unless you know what you are doing
music is jazzclub by Kriss
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sad looking chainsword is exchanged
for a cuba carpet in the ole' ghost shrimp tank.
neo-soul piano improv by yohan kim
this spans 3 months of winter, no heater, Australian climate.
Ada v2 substrate, high light and adequate co2
some discoveries were made. they include...
tri-coloured lotus went into hibernation
pink sunset neither grew nor died
repens showed ultra slow growth
pogo showed almost no growth
lymnophilia aromatica hated the cold
also i realize i planted a glosso and chainsword carpet only to end up with a pearlweed one. i cant explain that.
(turns to pearlweed) anything you wanna add?...
he aint answering.
now, he's blocked me on twitter wtf
music is Anders Enger Jensen
its an OST for a nostalgic 80s point and click game that has yet to be finished..if ever. looks really good though
celestial pearl danios and ghost shrimp get invaded by some guppy kids
some red variety of rotala
filmed with sony A6600
edited with Davinci resolve
built with purple plum tree branches.
featuring cherry shrimp, ghost shrimp, trumpet and ramshorn snails.
carpet is Cuba
rotala bonsai at the back
pearlweed in the middle
pygmy chainsword peppered in carpet
moss is 'peacock moss'
substrate is ADA Amazonia
lights are finnex fugeray and planted 24/7
co2(not pictured) is DIY sugar and yeast
music: Giorgio di Campo - Freesound Music https://www.youtube.com/FreeSoundMusic
ghost shrimp and a very young pair of celestial pearl danios.
5g tank, ada substrate, 2 finnex lights, diy co2, hob filter.
bit of duckweed and azolla up top
filmed with a canon dslr, stock lens.
used extender tubes for closeups, magnus tripod,
track slider and fluid head.
edited in premiere pro
i'd like to thank all the lovely shrimp for modelling for me. very professional.
this 5g tank contains celestial pearl danios from ages 5 weeks to 4 months. also red cherry shrimp, ghost shrimp and ramshorn snails.
hc cuba carpet
diy co2(not pictured)
finnex fugeray light
shot with canon dslr
20 liter tank with 30+ Ghost/Glass Shrimp.
the floating plants are Azolla with a bit of duckweed
this tank has been going for about 10 months when video was made.
Finnex fugeray light
simple HOB filter
DIY co2(2 liter bottle with sugar and yeast)
substrate is ADA Amazonia
nutrients used in the water column are by seachem
A Himitsu - Easier to Fade (feat. Madi Larson)
my community tank featuring a school of celestial pearl danios, guppies, harlequin rasboras, cherry shrimp, ghost shrimp etc
40gallon tank, lights are finnex 24/7 and finnex stingray 2
co2 is yeast and sugar. 2 2ltr bottles. ferts are CLA all in one premium, everyday.
alt reineckii mini
hydrocotyl japan mini
bolbitis african fern
Onycs - Neverland
13 weeks start to finish with bonus celestial pearl danio fry growing up.
everything that was done to this tank was filmed.
high light from the finnex planted+.
co2 from sugar and yeast.
amazing growth as you can see
light schedule was minimal to reduce algae since i was using sand(didnt want it green)
music is a jazz Remix of (Kiki's Delivery Service) theme
by the talented "Komiura"
Created 1 year, 5 months ago.
Category Pets & Wildlife
aquascapes come and go so I decided to start filming them at their peak.
mainly for my own enjoyment, but you can come along for the ride