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Thread: Post Your Pond Pics

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    Tosai
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    Post Your Pond Pics

    As a new member to the forum i would like to see members setup, and different styles....Thanks

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    Oyagoi gspotmc's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FastEd View Post
    As a new member to the forum i would like to see members setup, and different styles....Thanks
    WILL POST PICTURES OF MY POND LATER WHEN MY IT FINISHES WITH MY COMPUTER.

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    Fry
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    Before
    7500gal
    Gravel bottom
    (1) 3" bottom drain
    4' at deepest end
    Plant shelves


    After (still working on it, started rebuild on 1/16/08)
    21,000
    5.5' dept standard
    No gravel
    (2) 4" bottom drains leading to
    300gal settlement chamber drawing water to
    300 gal rubbermaid stock tank that will have large Bakki Tower in it.


    Don

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    Jumbo farne230's Avatar
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    8300 gallons in concrete/polyurea lined pond, 9 cuft alpha bead, two stacks of 100kg each bakki showers, UV, skimmer, 2 x BD (1 aerated), two ss vortex prefilters, 4 tpr's, gas heater, 2cuft activated charcoal filter/48,000 grain softener, 3ft waterfall, overhead lights.
    I would attach but the pictures I have already placed in previous forums and I do not know how to attach in this forum when it says this error message. Please help and I will be glade to post again.
    Bob

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    Tosai
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    Very Nice Cyberous!!!

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    Oyagoi gspotmc's Avatar
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    here are my photos
    16K gal 2 BD, 20K and 10K ULTIMA, 200 WATTS UV, 1 SETTLEMENT CHAMBER, 3 BIO CHAMBER, 7 TPRS, 2 120 L AIRPUMP AND 1 90L AIRPUMP

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    Nice pond gspotmc! I love the stonework. I have a similar look to my pond but a little darker stone. I will have to post when I get a chance.

    Daniel

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    Bill & Diana's Pond in progress.................

    Well were finally close to a pour (this is a DIY project), these are from this month. A bunch of gallons............................... 8 1/2' deep, gravity 3 gravity feed bottom drains. 7 1/2' x 7 1/2' x 12' sedimentation basin, 18 CF of bio to start with.............................................. .......................




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    Fry
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    Wow some nice ponds!

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    Tosai
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    OMG mstrseed that is huge!!!!

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