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Discussion in 'Water Features' started by Venturewest, May 1, 2008.
That is awesome!!! Makes me want to rethink my waterfall, but on a little smaller scale.
Incredible Venture - can I apprentice with you!
Super looking - hot damn I love it.
when it rains do u worry about the runoff from the hill with the mulch? is it ok for dirt to get in the pond?
how does ur filter work? i know its a bog filter with pvc and drilled wholes but do u have a seperate chamber with filters in it or something?
BTW looks nuts....that must have been at least around 30,000 grand
I love how natural it appears with using the natural stones to line it. Nice work.
That has to be one of the best, if not "the" best pond i've ever seen. Excellent design, stone and plant placement. Thats a 5 Star- Award Winner!!! Well done.
Man that is a great compliment ,AM. I really appreciate it. It honestly turned out better than I even thought it could. Picking good boulders to start with made the feature. I waited weeks for new boulders to come into the rock yards so I could pick a few of those.
Wow that looks fantastic really nice job love it.
I think that is the prettiest water feature I have ever seen. Great work!