In this video I just added potassium permanganate to the upper
The first video is shaky because my camera was not working
properly. You are overlooking my lower pond which is
15,000 gallons. Although the water is purple, it is not
easily seen because it is cloudy and overcast outside and about
2 hours before dusk.
The second video is much better and from a different view.
And the camera is finally working better. The view of the
waterfall returning to the lower pond. The middle pond
returning to the two waterfall basins that lead to the lower
The third video is our middle pond, a view of the bridge, the
water returning from the streambed to the middle pond and then a
view of the middle pond returning to the waterfalls and then the
lower pond. The middle pond has part of my lily
collection. We had to trim back the lilies because they
were so massive that they were interfering with the water
movement in the middle pond.
The fourth video is the waterfall from the upper pond to the
streambed that leads to the middle pond. From the upper
pond you can see the skimmer from the middle pond returning from
the middle pond skimmer. Note all the plants growing in
the streambed are soil-less! The bare root plant was
wedged between rocks in the streambed this past spring.
They are growing in just a few inches of water!
The fifth video shows a view of the upper pond returning to the
The upper pond is actually the beginning of our pond. This
the view that one sees when they enter the back yard.
There is an arbor that we grow grapes on that is the entrance to
the back yard.
The sixth video is the last for the night.
Tomorrow I will add more to show the after effects of the PP and
then how it looks after I have added 3 quarts of hydrogen