Ideas for a dry pond base

I want the dry pond to have a visual impact on the left side of the garden.  I imagine a beautiful lush green lawn with a pond that reflects the light and sky.  While I’d love to have a true water pond, the maintenance with a zoomy dog like ours may prove to be more work than I want.

quartzite flagstone

A light grey stone with flecks of white and brown would create a flat surface for the pond.  I have not seen this material used yet in a dry pond.  Have to wonder if the edges of the stone create too much contrast?

Below shows how to cut stone.

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An amateur gardener who loves to watch the garden grow.