So, finally, my son did an awesome job of reviving his fondness for aquariums. There are actually three beautiful aquariums at home, and he plans to add more. Oh no.
The previous post would show how his design or aquascaping skill improves through the years.
I can’t name the plants, pebbles, and sand he uses for each aquarium. I don’t even have an idea about the species of fish that are in them right now. I’m simply marveling at the unique beauty of this creation.
Despite DS being busy with school work, he finds time to revive his interest in aquariums. This is how his new aquarium looks. It’s bare for now but will add more plants and whatnot in the coming days.
DS has accumulated at least eight aquariums and left with four over the years.
Just to show you how his interest in maintaining aquariums looked in the past, here are my previous posts about it.
This was K’s first set of aquarium which I posted in June 2013.
The bigger aquarium, the better.
DS temporarily stop aquascaping when he got busy with high school and settle with a simple aquarium setup until now.
Will share more pictures as his aquarium project progresses.
* According to Wikipedia, aquascaping is the craft of arranging aquatic plants, as well as rocks, stones, cavework, or driftwood, in an aesthetically pleasing manner within an aquarium—in effect, gardening underwater.
This is the same aquarium that my son set-up two months ago. He changed most of the features, removed the artificial plants and replaced them with live plants. What he did is called aquascaping.
According to wikipedia, aquascaping is the craft of arranging aquatic plants, as well as rocks, stones, cavework, or driftwood, in an aesthetically pleasing manner within an aquarium—in effect, gardening under water.