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winter pics of my pond

Posted by Sharis England (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 11, 02 at 5:17

Here are some winter pictures taken of my pond. The ice was in places at least 2" thick, I don't know how the fish can survive in that cold.

Pond Winter Pic 1

Pond Winter Pic 2

Pond Winter Pic 3

Pond Winter Pic 4

You Can View More Pictures At My Web Site Below

Our Back Garden Pond

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RE: winter pics of my pond

nice photos I love
backyard ponds I have two
so much enjoyment
thanks for sharing

RE: winter pics of my pond

  • Posted by Cady z6 MA (My Page) on
    Fri, Jan 11, 02 at 13:06

Very charming! I'll bet it's lovely in the summer when it's in its full glory with plants growing.

RE: winter pics of my pond

Enjoyed your pictures. Last week our pond was totally covered in snow, and this week, it is surrounded by mud! The temperatures have flucuated that much.

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