Discussion in 'Garden Pond Talk' started by DutchMuch, Aug 4, 2017.
problem how do you pick one or pick something from the ones you like most
The world may never know.
The pond of your choosing is at your fingertips, grasshopper, you may take from one and then another, but choose well and dig deep and snatch the pebbles from where they lie quickly
Stunning garden ponds, would be great to have one of those. Then the worlds top pools...I was eager to see where they were, and what do you know, I've actually been to two of them! The Blue Lagoon in Iceland and Buley Rock Holes on Australia, happy days
haha! how funny! how was the blue lagoon? chilly?
Like the first pic with stepping stone look in the pond, for me that makes the pond a little more inviting and interactive.
The ponds with the moss covered rocks surrounding and in the ponds are a nice look too, reminds me of the natural lakes and ponds I see in the mountains.
@ Dutch Mutch no it wasn't chilly at all.....in fact the pool is generally between 36-39 C!
who would of knew! Sounds like it was fun, ill put that on my bukkit list
The blue lagoon is not strictly a natural pool in every sense of the word as the water it holds is actually the outfall from the nearby geothermal plant! Without the factory the pool wouldn't exist. The plant harvests the even hotter water from just below the surface (Iceland is very volcanic and full of boiling geysers, steam and bubbling mud pools, not to mention snow, waterfalls and glaciers!) the water and superheated steam are then used to generate electricity and heating for most of the Icelandic towns. The weather cools the water to a temp more suited to swimming in, silica minerals give it the milky appearance which then reflect the blue sky to give a spooky blue colour to the water!
You better get digging @DutchMuch you aren't getting any younger
hey don't rush me, this takes "time" lmao
How is that for inspiration @j.w.?
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