Newbie from the Netherlands (Amsterdam)

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    Henkoi

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    Hi there, I'm from the Netherlands and new on this forum.
    I've got a small pond in my garden.
    I'm looking for some new ideas for a new and bigger pond.


    looking forward to be active on this forum,i've seen there is a lot
    of knowledge here!!!
     
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    Henkoi

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    here's a small movie
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    i would like to hear what you think of it.
    any ideas to improve/ or make the pond better looking are also welcome!
     
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    koiguy1969 GIGGETY-GIGGETY!!

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    pretty cool!!
     
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    That's great! I had the same idea for camo nets on my filter, besides some trees and statuary. Are the grates over the ponds for predator protection?
     
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    In the vid he says that the grates are made of rebar and for child safety.

    Very nice work Henkoi! It's a beautiful set up!
     
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    I'v served in the dutch army a few years ago and I had an camonet (1+1=2)...

    The grates are there for child savety but it helps against herons to.
     
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