Getting the itch

Discussion in 'Garden Pond Photography' started by 27goldfish, Jul 29, 2018.

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    27goldfish

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    I am getting the itch to either expand or add something to my pond. It has been quite awhile since I "finished" mine. Around 8 years. Picture014 is how it started. Photo2 was my expansion hole. Pond new is in the current state. The only thing not in the pic is my 45 gallon barrel that is running 2400 gallon per hour through it. Any ideas on what to do next? I will try to get a current photo in a few.
     

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    8yrs? Yup, you're due!:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
    It looks like you have quite a bit of space so if budget is not an issue the possibilities are endless!
    Are you looking for "more pond", or something else to design the space around the pond?
     
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    A nice stone bench and a flat rock and painted on it a nice name for your pond .
     
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    I would build another pond in front of that one, and have the flagstone look like a bridge.
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Start diggin!
     
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