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Dec 4, 2020 10:15 AM CST
Thanks for the explanation. I was surprised by the abundance of beautiful water pictures you have out of shock as in "why am I not doing that?" I didn't realize the potential that may lurk down the hill. I live on a river, but the water is always fast-moving. I am going to do better with the river on low water days and see what kind of light properties it has. Thanks for introducing me to your photography of water; I now have a new avenue to explore!
When You send forth Your Spirit, they are created, and You renew the face of the earth! Psalm 104:30
Name: Cal McGaugh
Escondido, California (Zone 10b)
Dec 4, 2020 1:48 PM CST
look for places the water slows down along the bank,
but please take a buddy if possible & be careful you don't fall in.
Easy to get distracted.
Looking forward to some pics & banners.
BTW, also easy to create your own waterscape at home with just a tub, small pond,
with plants & fish to enjoy year round.
Easier than roses, dahlias, zinnias or sunflowers.
Learn & create something every day.
Our Duck Pond The thread "Pool to Natural Pond Conversion" in Ponds and Water Gardening forum
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