Author: Aquascaping Love

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Takashi Amano – Creator of the Nature Aquarium

Born on 18th July 1954 in Niigata, Japan, Takashi Amano is best known for his photography and aquascaping. Amano first found fame as a professional cyclist. He began competing in 1974 and retired from the sport in 1990. Amano competed in 1078 races and earned the staggering figure (in cycling) of in excess of £1,000,000.

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How To Create Your First Aquascape

Aquascaping is an art form like no other. It is the considered placement of rocks, stones, and driftwood inside an aquarium to create an aesthetically pleasing display. Inspiration can come from anywhere, from other aquascapes to luscious forests, waterfalls and beaches. When you start your very first aquascape, you are creating a unique work of art under water.

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Aquascaping Inspiration: Tips and Tricks

Have you ever wondered where to look for aquascaping inspiration? It’s a true fact that aquascaping is a little more complicated than just throwing some aquarium plants and hardscape materials into water. Having healthy plants and good-looking rocks and pieces of wood is just not enough. It takes a good eye to really master a great aquascaping arrangement. We take a look at some tips and tricks to help inspire your next aquascape.

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UKAPS Aquascaping Experience 2016

Hey, UK planted tanks lovers! Pro aquascaper George Farmer invites you to take part in the UKAPS Aquascaping Experience 2016, a live aquascaping event which will take place on March the 5th this year, in Icon Innovation Center, Daventry, starting at 10am.

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How To Win an Aquascaping Contest

It’s one thing to be good at something, and another thing to be the best. Aquascaping has gone pass the limit of being just a hobby, it has become a valued art. This post is trying to help you find out how to win an aquascaping competition, by touching subjects like basic aquascaping technical and layout conditions, the importance of photography in aquascaping contests, and listing the basic aquascaping judging criteria while exploring what aquascaping judges are after when judging aquariums.

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The Jungle Style Aquarium

Possibly the easiest aquascaping type to replicate, the Jungle style aquarium represents a real challenge to the inexperienced aquarist. A fun challenge, nonetheless. Usually separated from the Dutch and Nature style, the Jungle scape incorporates some of the characteristics of them both, however it displays a very different appearance from all other styles.