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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Science


This year's back yard science experiment is an extended one.
It is time for a new pool liner, so the cement pond (vinyl pond just doesn't sound right) has been stewing for a few weeks without chemicals while waiting on the new liner to be installed.
It's a pretty color, if  you don't look very closely.
And the frogs like it.












15 comments:

Bruce Clark said...

Wow at first I thought it was a texture you added to the photo. Very eye catching shot.

Andy said...

Smart thinking! I like the way you photographed it through the gate.

Brian King said...

It makes for an awesome shot! Natural texture!

Terri said...

Fascinating colors! Made for a pretty composition, anyway!

Sandra said...

this photo reminds me of a vacation of 4 days away from home about 14 years ago. while we were gone the pool pump quit. we came home hot and tired and picked the stinky dog up from the kennel, and were ready to jump in the pool dog and all. the algae was so thick we could pick it up by the handful, and it looked like we could walk on it. phooey we had to wait 24 hours to swim.

Kerry Moody said...

What an interesting photo! We need a new liner too, not sure if we'll get another summer out of it or not.

Anne Payne said...

LOL! The water has very pretty hues in it :)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, wow! I love it. The colors and "texture" are awesome. And all completely organic. Nice job!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Very interesting. I thought it was an edited photo at first.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

It makes for a very pretty photo!

A View From A Brown Dog said...

Wow the texture and color is great here, thanks Mother Nature :)

Have a great day!
Jen

Cranberry Morning said...

Well, it sure makes a pretty and interesting photo! And speaking of frogs, I was kept awake last night by all the tree frogs in our backyard. When they clocked out near daybreak, the robins clocked in and began to sing. And did I complain a bit??? NO. I was so ready for spring and I love the sounds of God's creatures, as long as they're happy sounds.

Our Neck of the Woods said...

That is a neat photo! The color is actually pretty I think!

Rose said...

That would make a love fabric!

Rose said...

I meant lovely fabric...not love fabric.