My third attempt at a pond!

Discussion in 'Garden Pond Photography' started by Pandypops, Aug 20, 2009.

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    DrDave Innovator Moderator

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    Are they going to rename him "Digital Ben" LOL
     
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    PandyPops, that water feature is wicked. are those electric fences around the pond? :biggrin: I take it you might have a few cats in the area?
     
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    Thanks guys. Now I'm fully stocked I can sit back, look after them and watch them grow :biggrin:


    Big Ben?.......... digital!........... that old hoax :frown:


    Electric fences were around the second pond because of the cats, but that's all dug up now and replaced with the third pond (the pictures at the beginning of the thread). Cats have learnt their lesson ;)
     
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    Some very nice fish. and the pond is also very nice. I hope mine come through the winter ok. I'd really like to see them get big.
     
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    I love the night time shots of your pond, very nice and you have a beautiful assortment of fish. I have to admit my favorite is that last shot of "Gin", very sharp white and yellow coloring !! :biggrin:
     
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    awesome lighting, great pond..... just got some ideas from your pond for my build
     
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    Thanks for the nice comments everyone.

    Down to about 12 deg C in the pond now, will probably move over to winter food before the end of the month.
    Seems like a quick season, but I suppose I've done a lot this year.
     
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    If you are at 12 deg , it is time to stop feeding Koi until it gets above that temperature. Koi cannot digest food below that temperature.
     
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