Discussion in 'Garden Pond Photography' started by cas, Jul 16, 2017.
Went on the Akron/Canton pond tour today. Thought I would share some pictures.
And a couple more.
And while driving around I got lost (of course) and look what I stumbled upon..... love this cute little house.... but maybe not the location
All such pretty ponds and I agree that is a cool house. Would look great out in the country on it's own patch of pretty treed property.
Oh and of course w/a nice big beautiful pond
Thanks cas, looks great!
I have always been in awe of how a water feature can make an already beautiful landscape seem so alive!
as for the house its in the wrong place!
Nice ponds. Thanks for sharing Cas.
Not too far from my house. How did you know about this tour. It looks like a good time.
Nice ponds, and good photos! Interesting how they are all so different. If there were a contest, it would be hard to pick a winner.
Hoffman's Water X Scapes puts on the tour every year. Proceeds benefit Childrens Hospital. The tour goes over two weekends. There are a couple of ponds on tour next weekend too. Here is the link about the pond tour. You can buy tickets from Hoffman's in Uniontown, or Mock Ponds in Mogadore.
Don't understand people. Someone put a lot of pride and hard work into that gingerbread Victorian. Then they stick a commercial style light on it. That light is so out place on that house.
Based on the location, it may be a motion light to deter trespassers. I mean, honestly... the whole HOUSE is kind of out of place!
Bet the house was there 1st.
Oh, no doubt! A hold-out when the neighborhood changed, I'm guessing. Or maybe it's a house turned business - we have a bunch of those in our downtown area.
I love old houses, they where built to last for generations.
So true. We are in the process of replacing the windows on our 25 year old house. My mom's house is 80 years old and has most of the original windows - they still look great. And as they pull our windows out, they are finding rotted framing - they weren't installed properly and water has been getting where it shouldn't. A tradesman who takes pride in his work is worth his/her weight in gold.
I really wish someone would give me my weight in gold.
I could use it.
I'd even settle for it in copper.
That must have been just awesome! Too bad I missed going to our local garden show last Sunday, had to work... I'm sure you had a good time, and it is always so nice to get outside and see everything up close!
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