Adammrtl27: A natural swimming pool? It's a freaking pond! Lol
Sam Licitra: There is no way this thing doest attract a million bugs
bbruce995: how does it far in winter conditions of -40c?
Mike Hoffman: Those bugs at 0:50 hurt a LOT when they bite
newguitarist29: is the water clear enough to see if there are snapping turtles?
Tempe Grace (TempeToxic): This is pretty, but the thought of going in this makes me cringe. To me it defeats my own personal purpose of having a pool. I don't want plant life, I hate algae, and for me I hate swimming in water where I can't see what's around me. I grew up next to Lake Erie I have been in it three times and never past the hip. I don't want to swim with bugs, and frogs, and snakes, and fish. I would only ever be able to look at my pool and never use it. Or I would end up having to have two. A pool for them and a pool for me.
Raymond Miller: This is beautiful and neat! :D
Dizzy Angel: this is absolutely wonderful and beautiful!
Raúl Eraso: Bellisima, pero las plantas solo van en los lados? y el fondo como lo limpias? lleva bomba ?
Lira Ziyad: I was hoping you would had made a series showing more detail on what you did in construction, what types of plants were chosen and why and what brand or aerators you used. Also, what climate are you in as a reference. If you did make more detailed videos, please direct me to them. Otherwise, Thanks for sharing and congrats on your awesome pools.
aram akdam: I am going to enclose it with screen to fend of the monitor lizards and the bullfrogs though.
aram akdam: I am building one now in my backyard after two years of contemplating whether or not I am going to go commercial with BBB or your idea, but then, I would like to try the natural non carcinogenic way first.
Granny LaLa: At 3:01 is that a snake on the little dock thingy??
LordRuckus: These look fantastic, but I can't build a water moccasin preserve on the back 40. Maybe I need to buy a place in Ireland.
Google User: I am RIDICULOUSLY IMPRESSED and INSANELY JEALOUS and admire your work, brains and love for nature beyond my ability to describe! As you very cool Brits say "Absolutely SMASHING, old boy! Cheers!"
doberfag: what about frog overpopulation and mosquitos, what is the rainfall for that area year total?
Dinos Latinos: put a croc inside and the snakes will go away
Sajid Rafique: Make this but NOT for swimming pleasure . Use it as a fish pond as a food supply for uncertain times.
tarzan: I live in south Texas. Too many cottonmouths, so no thank you. But this is so lovely and I'm happy for you.
Dennis Kaz Kasunic: I live in Portland,Oregon where at best we have a 4 month natural swimming period in the summer. Outside of that it is cool, damp, rainy and not very swimmer friendly the rest of the year. Any suggestions on keeping the pool "open for swimming" for a much longer season? If not, have you heard of anyone having success building this inside an Earthship greenhouse? Building it inside defeats the purpose of the 'natural' part of the pool process, which isn't ideal. ;-( Thanks!