*** ... time to clean a yard pond *** by calico_jester ()
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Weather is teasing us with 70' temps, and I do feel for everyone along the storm line from New Mexico to Chicago,
but life goes on. I probably need to drain this one, add a new fountain pump and some fresh flowers when Spring arrives.
Image Comments (6)
QuietRiot () 5:56PM | Mon, 01 February 2016
This is so cool. My sister has several of these. I can't have ponds. The wildlife eat the fish and swim in the water. (even a little tub pond)
eekdog () Online Now! 6:29PM | Mon, 01 February 2016
Nice to see some green, my place is all white now, a foot and above in some places.
soffy () 6:44PM | Mon, 01 February 2016
What a beautiful place with all these fine ceramic ornaments the little fish is so cute :))***********
SunriseGirl () 3:21AM | Wed, 03 February 2016
Wow! 70's really? What an unusual weather pattern we have been having this year.
Personally I think this pond looks gorgeous just as is, but I hope you will post another after the addition of the flowers. :) I love flowers.
Groundhog Day was 72', but the tail end of Steve's storm will be passing thru today, with wind n rain n all the things that flowers need to grow and be strong. I hesitate (briefly) before posting flower shots, as other folks with nice cameras and perfect plants can do much better than my bug eaten jungle... however, one can dream :)
I have managed to capture a few pleasant scents during earlier postings, and look forward to this clematis blooming again within a month or so. Thx for browsing my pics, and think warm cozy thoughts.