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willy wonka compost waterfall

 
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I started doing decorative concrete as a hobby a few years back and this water fall was one of my first projects. Not the best looking I know. In fact I was thinking about adding a wall all the way around it and making it into a talapia tank. I thought this would work well though. I have been wanting to set up some compost tea drums but haven't had the time. I decided to use the waterfall instead.
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Paul Abbott wrote: Not the best looking I know.

Looks pretty awesome to me!!
 
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Kind of reminds me...
 
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