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Old 10-25-2012, 12:02 AM
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enlarging pondless water feature

here is the pic of one of the first pond i did several years ago. the HO wanted to go bigger and badder with the new one. just have a few more finishing touches to finish it. then in spring time a cleanup, fiber optic lighting, plantings, and re mulching.
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Old 10-25-2012, 12:06 AM
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here is a small clip of the lower part, with the ionizer running
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Old 10-25-2012, 12:17 AM
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Nice work! Is that some kind of mister that is giving the smoke effect in the video?
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here is a pic of basically what they look like. they usually have them at places like lowes, home depot, etc.
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Looks great.. is that pvc liner? Looks awful shiny in the pics or maybe its just the picture i tend to take crap pics too just ask tad.. lol
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Old 10-27-2012, 08:57 AM
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its 45mil pondliner
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Looks nice!

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Looks great.. is that pvc liner? Looks awful shiny in the pics or maybe its just the picture i tend to take crap pics too just ask tad.. lol
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What type of fiber optic lightn did u use illumnix or easy pros kit? Ive used both i tend to like easy pros better they are a thicker cable n brighter...
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What type of fiber optic lightn did u use illumnix or easy pros kit? Ive used both i tend to like easy pros better they are a thicker cable n brighter...
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was looking at the illumnix, but open to other options. who sells them, how much, etc.?
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