This immense and meticulously maintained 'Dutch Style' inspired tank highlights the vibrance of individual species through a vast selection of contrasting shapes and colours. Read More
This aquascape is by Juan Puchades Rufino. Impressive rock ridges direct the eyes towards the horizon in the distance. This effect is achieved by building up the rock sides tall... Read More
This intricate forest aquascape by Yoyo prayogi uses Rotala rotundifolia as a colored carpeting plant. Read More
Brazilian style aquascapes often make sure of dense stem plants to add a touch of color to the aquascape... Read More
This aquascape centers on the distinctive collection of sharply textured rocks, with low diagonals juxtaposed against dramatic verticals...
This elegant aquascape captures all the elements of the classic Japanese Iwagumi. A careful selection of Seiryu rocks dominate the scene... Read More
In this massive and meticulously sculptured Dutch-Style inspired aquascape, exotic plants combine with unusual wood-work to create an extraordinary... Read More
This impressive Dutch aquascape by Joe harvey shows a mix of unusual colors and contrasting shapes... Read More
This rock scape by Wolinski gregoire features imposing rock pillars. The tank size measures 120 x 55 x 47cm and the illusion of depth comes from constructing smaller pillars and rock formations... Read More
This tank is located at Sumida aquarium and makes use of large Java fern and bolbitis to good effect... Read More
Herry rasio's aquascapes make use of bold wood work accentuated by moss. In this aquascape repeated moss patterns on wood... Read More
This aquascape makes use of unusual rock textures. These textures only work if tank upkeep is good and that they are not covered with dust algae... Read More
This Dutch Style Tank (that fits the rather strict definition as set up by the Dutch Society for Aquarists NBAT) exhibits a variety of aquatic plant forms and textures. Read More
This African biotope setup uses a mix of water lily species and aponogeton species.
This impressive diorama by Paul V itor P acheco is done in a 120x45x45 cm tank. The extreme perspective is gained by building an extremely steep slope... Read More