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so when i went to England

i found out one of our Family friend has a huge pond

for some strange reason everyone in England has one..

here are the pics

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enjoy :D

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It looks great! :)

There are some huge fish in there.. I hope mine don't intend on getting that large! :krazy:

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Wow that's amazing i :heart ponds, there are so many fishies :D That last pic has a huge one in it, hope my fish get that big.

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It looks great! :)

There are some huge fish in there.. I hope mine don't intend on getting that large! :krazy:

they are huge

he had to get rid of most of them..he had too many

the big ones are koi

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yumyumyum. (: my dads building me a pond VERY similar to that this summer

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Nice pond! All the fish look big and fat. :D

Are the strings to keep out herons, or other predators?

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Nice pond! All the fish look big and fat. :D Are the strings to keep out herons, or other predators?
The strings are for the heron problem he has
yumyumyum. (: my dads building me a pond VERY similar to that this summer
that is great new :D

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Wow... HUGE fish! :D:yikes That's fantastic to be able to have a pond like that. It looks really nice, especially the brick wall/ledge thing.

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thats so pretty!!!

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wowwww...that's beautiful...and the big koi..is soooo big...LOL...wonderful fish...

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Many of people in the UK have ponds since many are still attached to the Victorian Era's display of extravagent beauty, which involved lavish architecture and serene gardens and ponds--which is why the goldfish became very popular in Europe and the United States. Having a beautiful goldfish back then was like owning any other piece of property that could show off your lifestyle and money. Many retain the ponds now for simply asthetic purposes, and many people in the UK are infact fish enthusiasts, usually goldfish or saltwater.

This is a beautiful pond, I love the way it is set up. Thanks for posting these nice pictures :D

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Wow... HUGE fish! :D:yikes That's fantastic to be able to have a pond like that. It looks really nice, especially the brick wall/ledge thing.

they are big...when they were feed they gave a loud suckind nosie as they inhauled pellets

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Many of people in the UK have ponds since many are still attached to the Victorian Era's display of extravagent beauty, which involved lavish architecture and serene gardens and ponds--which is why the goldfish became very popular in Europe and the United States. Having a beautiful goldfish back then was like owning any other piece of property that could show off your lifestyle and money. Many retain the ponds now for simply asthetic purposes, and many people in the UK are infact fish enthusiasts, usually goldfish or saltwater.

This is a beautiful pond, I love the way it is set up. Thanks for posting these nice pictures :D

thanks

What a great find...nice info

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What an amazing pond, the fish are so big and beautiful!

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