Butterflies and fish enjoying the weekend!

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    Your pictures give me inspiration and fill me with hope that someday my pond will be as glorious.
     
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    Thank you, Dan! Mine is not even two years old. Since you are in Alabama, have faith that the heat and humidity are going to make your plants TAKE OFF in no time! The southern climate turns everything into a jungle!
     
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    Thanks bagsmom, looking forward to relaxing to the sound of a waterfall instead of the neighbors AC unit. Also have always loved plants and fish so seems like a perfect
    Project for me. Just has been a little harder than I though and you know how the heat and humidity that my plants will love is my current nemesis.
     
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    I surely do! Really -- take your time and take lots of breaks. Work in the early morning. Be safe. This weather is no joke!
     
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    Beautiful butterflies and fish!
     
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    BEAUTIFUL!
     
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    Practicing pond watching with a glass of wine while imagining the hole is full of crystal clear water, golden flashes of happy fish and the gurgle of a waterfall.
     
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    Lovely photos. The third picture is just so pretty.
     
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    Thanks Everyone! Tara - I call that picture Follow the Leader. It's so funny how they do that. The rest of the gang doesn't want to miss out on whatever the first one is going after. Just today, I saw a mini feeding frenzy - and I'm pretty sure they were going after nothing. One started nosing around between some small rocks and pretty soon there were six all pushing and shoving! (For Southern fish, they are shockingly impolite! Ha ha!) :ROFLMAO:
     
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