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    Videos of my First Pond in a long time.... at 1 Month Old.

    Here's a couple of quick videos of my first pond in a long time, now 1 month old.
    fish were introduced on 20th of August.

    https://youtu.be/Tna7St924x8

    https://youtu.be/nCUIDNNLZF8


    Last edited by davethefish1; 22-09-2019 at 12:56 AM.
    You don't have to be a pipefitter to keep koi...
    but it helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davethefish1 View Post
    Here's a couple of quick videos of my first pond in a long time, now 1 month old.
    fish were introduced on 20th of August.

    https://youtu.be/Tna7St924x8

    https://youtu.be/nCUIDNNLZF8
    Very nice mate.

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    Looks lovely mate really like a natural pond these days.

    Well done Videos of my First Pond in a long time.... at 1 Month Old.

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    Built not bought!

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    Lovely natural pond Dave and the koi look very active.
    Would like to see more of the bridge.
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    Lovely natural pond Dave and the koi look very active.
    Would like to see more of the bridge.
    Thanks,
    here's some of it under construction.
    pre pond...

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    Last edited by davethefish1; 04-10-2019 at 11:20 PM.
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    but it helps...

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    Did you make all that Dave?

    Love the garden and acers very Japanese,great job.

    That your house in the background,made of timber?
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    Did you make all that Dave?

    Love the garden and acers very Japanese,great job.

    That your house in the background,made of timber?
    Yes I made the bridge earlier this year,
    The garden about 3 years ago.
    And I've had some of the acers over 23 years now.

    Timber house?
    Lol, no that's the summer house, well a 2 room 6 mtr x 4 mtr log cabin.
    The left-hand store room is now my filter room.
    You don't have to be a pipefitter to keep koi...
    but it helps...

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    seem to have a Thai buddy in the gravel garden, you could make it more authentic, with a different coloured stone making a suitable patten in the vein of a true pebble garden, but without the need for daily raking back into shape,
    the slow pond build thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsaw View Post
    seem to have a Thai buddy in the gravel garden, you could make it more authentic, with a different coloured stone making a suitable patten in the vein of a true pebble garden, but without the need for daily raking back into shape,
    agreed.
    but like most things in life, the garden is a compromise...
    between my like of japanese tea garden from the Momoyama period, and my wife's eclectic taste...the buddha is hers...
    small compromise for koi pond
    You don't have to be a pipefitter to keep koi...
    but it helps...

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    Great bridge sir!!

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