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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

RT | WW - Koi

Wordless Wednesday


16 comments :

Stacie said...

This is a really pretty picture!

Dora said...

So many of them!

Hootin' Anni said...

I love watching them in ponds....they can get soooooooo big too.

My Ruby Tuesday is posted now if you'd like to join me sometime today. I also have a poll just for the day that I hope you'll take part ...it's for fun and definitely non-scientific of course.

Have a great day!!!!

Auntie E said...

Love khoi ponds.Happy RT

~Just me again~ said...

I love this, I would love to have a pond in my yard.

irina said...

Very nice this photo!Great shot!

Mold Testing Prince George\'s County, MD said...

Beautiful picture!

<3 Lindsay

Dianne said...

very pretty!

Empty Streets said...

Hi,

Thanks so much for dropping by at Empty Streets 1027 via Entrecard :) Am here to return the favor and to see what great stuff you have here :)

Hope to see yah around again and do enjoy your week :) xoxo

Metz
Empty Streets 1027

Life Ramblings said...

they are lovely to look at. happy ww!

Lori said...

Great shot...Happy WW:)

Bridget said...

very cool pic! Happy WW!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

They are so pretty. None of my friends have been able to keep theirs out of doors because of raccoons. But they outgrow the indoor fishtanks. Happy WW

EastCoastLife said...

You rear them? It's therapeutic to watch them swim.

Newlyweds Guide Francesca said...

There's something about observing koi fish that brings me serenity. Thanks for this bit of peace on a chaotic Wednesday morning.

Shinade aka Jackie said...

Just wonderful Liza! I have a story about my neighbor and her attempt to have a Koi pond!

She lives just across the way and down just a tad from me. Her husband built her a nice little pond in her back yard because she wanted to have Koi!

Well, he didn't build the bank high enough. So every time it rained her pond flooded over, ran down the drainage ditch and into ours.

The first year she had her pond, every single time she would stock it, the rains would just pour.

Walter and me, along with my neighbors, would just stand and watch all of her Koi flooding into our pond!

There were literally hundreds, maybe more. That was a few years ago and she finally gave up.

I haven't seen any grown Koi in our pond. But, I am not sure I would as it is a deep pond.

I hope some of them survived!
Happy day Liza!
Jackie:-)

 
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