Koi Ponds Photo Gallery
We love beautiful koi pond pictures! We believe every backyard in Denville and Rockaway NJ should have a koi pond. Nothing draws the families together like a pond does. Few things in this world can convince us to lay down our electronic devices, but… a pond is one of those things that does exactly that. It draws you to another world. Just take a look at all the koi pond pictures below!
So allow us to draw you into another world for a moment with these photos of koi ponds, backyard ponds, fish ponds built by Atlantis Water Gardens below.
(Yes, these are all our own photos of our own projects)
Click on one of the Photo Galleries below for some INSPIRATION!
Browse beautiful photos of ponds, water gardens, koi and fish ponds, and more!Pond Photo Gallery
Browse beautiful photos of Pondless Waterfalls, aka Disappearing Waterfalls, and streamsWaterfall Photo Gallery
Browse beautiful photos of Fountains, Bubbling Rocks, Slate Urns, and more!Fountain Photo Gallery
What Andrew & Eileen have to say
We just love our pond… I can’t even describe the feeling we get being out here… We’re always amazed how quickly the time goes by when we just…relax. Have a glass of wine… music… in the morning I’ll come out and have a cup of coffee. The birds come to get their bath… I never knew a pond… could create such… pleasure!
~Andrew & Eileen Louisa
Some more info…
We should remember that our backyard water features are not only enjoyable for us, but also helpful to the well being and functioning of our environment. Do you want your pond to be more diverse? Given a little time and a proper plant selection in and around your pond, you can create a very diverse ecosystem in your yard. Just remember to keep it simple and, with patience, your pond will mature over the years into a beautiful and functioning part of nature. One ecosystem pond in one backyard may not seem very important, but when you have a thousand similar backyard ecosystem ponds functioning simultaneously, there truly is a positive impact being made on the environment. These water features help provide an oasis for creatures whose natural habitats have been replaced by development – birds, frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders, and many others whose numbers have been declining sharply for many years now. So at a grassroots level, as the hobby of water gardening grows, there are additional habitats and diversity being added to our stressed suburban environments.Go see these ponds in person!
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