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It’s been a while since I posted anything regarding the home-made koi pond, so I’ve decided to take some pictures on the big fat koi fish swimming in it. It turned out that focusing fish under water isn’t exactly trivial, but I think I’ve managed to captured some decent photos anyhow.

As usual, the fatter ones are most likely female, while the more skinny and graceful kois are males. These kois are approaching 2 feet in length, and getting pretty heavy too. It’s been a little less than two years since the completion of the koi pond project and thankfully the fish are growing healthy and fat. Shouldn’t you build a pond too?

More photos at my flickr set.

two kohaku
two kohaku (red and white koi)

tancho
tancho (white koi with a red dot on its head, in this case not a perfect tancho)

showa
showa (red, white, and black koi with some black color on its head)

chagoi
chagoi (olive koi)

yamabuki ogon
yamabuki ogon (metallic yellow koi)