“We are extremely excited to be part of the Nat Geo WILD family and look forward to sharing our love for the water feature lifestyle with viewers around the world. Stay tuned for more information!” says – Greg Wittstock- (Owner-CEO) I first met Greg Wittstock in the late 90’s and we kinda hit it off… Continue reading Aquascape Goes Wild, Nat Geo Wild
From the Article, and links(link to park website) to the sight ::: With its Hercules statue towering above a massive water cascade, romantic gardens and castle, Germanys Bergpark Wilhelmshoehe has long been a marvel of baroque landscape design. As of last month, its also a UNESCO world heritage site. More from the article ::: The… Continue reading German Baroque Water Park Makes Splash
This is how I . . . Build a Stream
This was from the sketchbook(moleskine), and was done on-site so I could show the contractor what I was thinking about in reference to the space. The idea for the space was to add a waterfall and a small body of water right up near the pool’s edge. The drawing in black and white was good… Continue reading From the sketchbook (sorta’)
I’m not really sure if someone here is trying to pull our leg or not, but the guy operating the crane seems serious enough. If true, then these guys are batshit crazy. I mean WTH? I can only say I won’t be hiring these “dudes”. The video is weird, then kind of boring . .… Continue reading Mowing “Around” the Pond?
[The interplay of stone and water.]
This afternoon I was sitting at my second favorite diner eating breakfast after a tough morning. How tough a morning? How about root canal tough, that’s tough. Anyway as I was gingerly eating my ham and cheese omelet and sipping coffee my attention wandered to the scene outside . . . Snow . . .… Continue reading This years 1st Snowflake
[The stones that hold the stream edge together sell the illusion.]
[ This little stream was the #1topic. ] A couple of post back I talked about the workshop I held on designing and building waterfeatures and of all the jobs we looked on this day the above stream was easily the most discussed waterfeature. The workshop attendees had me go into great detail about… Continue reading Breaking down a Stream, a Teaching ah-ha!