Mahuka Waterfall II

This 20’x20’ pond constructed in the Chenango subdivision features two water inlets.  The first, a spouting rock feature that cascades down a large boulder into the pond, and the second is a small holding pond on an elevated berm above the main pond where a streambed begins and feeds the waterfalls before dropping into the main pond.  This pond was designed to support fish and plant life.  The area is highlighted at night with a low-voltage lighting system.  Even the spouting rock feature has a fiber optic light, fed from the bottom of the boulder, into the spout to illuminate the flow of water in the evening.

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