Watercourse restoration and redesign
120m long watercourse (in parts, probably by
Percy Cane) in a Jekyll garden.
Re-designed and re-made by Naiad Pond Services - Working with water since 1980
Past its prime
The bottom pond as it was.
Pond in train
The new bottom pond shaped and ready for lining.
The new bottom pond and the rebuilt new waterfall above it being tested for the first time.
The rebuilt small waterfall and stream (now in a "canyon") above the main fall into the bottom pond.
Great stone ....
The waterfall above the bottom pond as it was.
The redesigned and rebuilt waterfall above the bottom pond being tested for the first time.
The small waterfall and stream section above the main fall into the bottom pond as it was.
The top of the "canyon" waterfall as it was. Note the attractive(?) concrete channel.
The "canyon" fall as it was remade.
The top of the "canyon" fall as it was remade.
A couple of pools before work commenced. Note the overhanging shrub.
Into one ...
This pond was a couple of small pools. Note the overhanging shrub.
Not a concrete chute
The new "overflow" from the overhanging shrub pond.
Old pools ...
The old stream section of this watercourse.
The new stream section on the first day run - hence the coloured water. Next step, planting.
More old pools
The upper section of the watercourse as it was.
More new pools
Part of the remodeled upper section of the watercourse. The lowest pond in this image is new.