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Like to go for a walk in nature, to find a little inspiration.... I find all sorts of rock formations, mossy trees, and clear streams that I can imagine would look great in a tank....
also a great way to find driftwood and rocks for that aquascape....

here is a nice creek near my home, lots of moss and rock....



River stone and nice pieces of slate are found lower down...



I like how these plants grow around this wood in a boggy area...


and again here...



and all around mossy trees can be imagined on a smaller scale...maybe some driftwood and java moss is all you need....



in the winter, along the lake, I can find all the dried-out driftwood I need...




Getting into nature, spending an afternoon and taking a few snap shots, always inspires me to try and make something cool in my tank....
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Nice backyard. I can't wait till it warms up so I can go out and find some inspiration/new additions for my palu.
 

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Its official... I am moving to Canada... BEAUTIFUL
HAHA - I live in Buffalo, but often try to convince the wife of moving there (Just seems less *messed* up)

Nonetheless, here are some nice pictures of Bentonville, AR assuming Google wasnt lying...

EDIT: I dont mean to hi-jack the thread, but it seemed the OP had the intention to appreciate the ability to appreciate nature, which this does sooooo.....
 

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