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IAPLC 2011 World Ranking 5 ‘Broga’

World Ranking No.5Aquascaper: Fa Loy LeeCountry: MALAYSIAAquascape Title: BrogaSize: W150 x D60 x H45 (cm)Evaluation:The first Bronze winning layout is an Iwagumi layout from Malaysia. Using a panoramic aquarium tank and a large main stone, creator made a layout with a sedately impression. A dark shadow under the overhanging main stone has a heavy impression,…

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IAPLC 2011 World Ranking 6 ‘Unspoilt Scenery’

World Ranking No.6Aquascaper: Koji KogureCountry: JAPANAquascape Title: Unspoilt ScenerySize: W90 x D45 x H45 (cm)Evaluation:The second Bronze Prize winning layout is a mountainous layout from Japan. This type of layout is usually produced by heaping up Ryuoh Stone high for expressing a steep rock mountain, but in this layout the creator expressed a waterfall and…

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IAPLC 2011 World Ranking 7 ‘VERVE!’

World Ranking No.7Aquascaper: Chow Wai SunCountry: HONG KONGAquascape Title: VERVE!Size: W200 x D66 x H66 (cm)Evaluation:The third Bronze Prize winner is a unique layout from Hong Kong. The creator of this layout is famous for arranging driftwood uniquely, and every year he sends dramatic layout. This year the layout with boldly composition produced by driftwood…

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IAPLC 2011 World Ranking 8 ‘Great Nature on the Desk’

World Ranking No.8Aquascaper: Yuji YoshinagaCountry: JAPANAquascape Title: Great Nature on the DeskSize: W45 x D24 x H16 (cm)Evaluation:This is a mountainous layout in a 45cm wide flat aquarium tank. Utilizing asperity and white band of Ryuoh Stone, the creator succeeded to make a large scale layout in a small size tank. The plant arrangement is…

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IAPLC 2011 World Ranking 9 ‘Pillar Cliff Glory’

World Ranking No.9Aquascaper: Wai Hung Tony WongCountry: HONG KONGAquascape Title: Pillar Cliff GlorySize: W120 x D45 x H45 (cm)Evaluation:This is a concave composition layout produced in a 120cm panoramic size aquarium tank. Cosmetic sand in the center emphasized the perspective, and the color and texture of stones matches well with bright color aquatic plants. It…

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