Tuesday, December 18, 2012

My Favorite Photos: Zoo Pond

This is the River Banks Zoo's goldfish/koi pond in Columbia, SC. So many fishies, I hope they like the cold water, because it was freezing when we went down there. 

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  1. Ooooo....love ponds too. And these kois should be ok outside even in the cold. :)

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  2. I have an eco sphere with shrimp in it. I think they like the cold as long as it isn't freezing.

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  3. Lovely, Adam! I love ponds. As far as having lost all my photos in a fire, sadly, there was no such thing as computers back then...it was that long ago. The only thing we had was typewriters, film and negatives. As far as your photos go, I would like to suggest that you upload your cherished ones not only on Facebook, but Pinterest and Photobucket as well. This way if something happens on one server you still have them on another, and on CD as well. Have a great day.

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  4. WOW, I was just in Columbia in October and I missed that pond. Wish I knew it was there.

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  5. i love watching koi fish! beautiful, colorful fishes!

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  6. Bardzo lubię oglądać rybki. Mam w domu akwarium z nimi. Pozdrawiam.
    I like to watch fish. I have an aquarium at home with them. Yours.

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  7. I love ponds! This looks like a really nice one.

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  8. It's strange how the water can ice over, but the fish all stay alive. Great looking pic, Neko.

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    1. Well the top always ices first. If the whole lake became ice then they'd be goners.

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  9. I think if it's deep enough they are fine.

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  10. Oh I think they do, Adam! Looks great in your shot


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  11. Ooooo....love ponds too. And these kois should be OK outside even in the cold. :)

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  12. it was soothing to watch fish swimming on a pond i dont know why

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