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Driftwood From My Local River

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by imransheik956, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. imransheik956

    imransheik956 New Member

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    hi everyone, so i recently took a stroll to a creek nearby and was amazed by this tangle of roots which i decided to peel off all the bark which took me 3 hours.

    these are the pics that i have.

    tell me what you think?
    IMG_20181117_153228.jpeg IMG_20181117_155740.jpeg IMG_20181118_092222.jpeg IMG_20181118_094621.jpeg IMG_20181118_094706.jpeg

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    here's a front shot...

    it kinda look like a pretzel.

    IMG_20181118_094555.jpeg

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    If it’s hard wood it should be ok. Softwood will turn to mush.
    The branches do look good.
     
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    it is hard wood. i could tell when i was debarking

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