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Pond area through the season

Posted by triple_creek z5 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 5, 11 at 21:15

Not the greatest pictures, but you get the idea I hope.

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RE: Pond area through the season

Norma, your garden and pond look really beautiful in all seasons! Fun to see the progression!


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Norma, your garden progression is gorgeous! Thanks


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Norma, your pond is lovely all year long. You have wonderful winter interest. The last picture is quite wonderful!


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Oh Norma, just wonderful ! It's always such a treat to see photos anywhere in your garden, but I am partial to the pond. You've done a beautiful job here, and what pleasure it must give you.It's fantastic in every season.

Kathy in Napa


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So lovely. I'm jealous of the fact that you look way down upon it from your home. Things are mighty flat around here!


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Thanks girls. It does give me lots of pleasure.

Bug it is funny that you say that. I was thinking while viewing Reeds garden that I wish I had more flat area. LOL


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Beautiful in all seasons!


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Wow! I love seeing the same view spring through winter. The last photo is my favorite. You've done well and I hope you find plenty of time to actually enjoy it!


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What a lovely setting for a lovely pond. It has all of the thing I love most in a pond. It offers enticement from a distance and destination satisfaction with a depth of interest close up. What more could you want? I love the play of the colours in the water. You shoud teach people what you do.

Yeona


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