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Lake

A lake with a small island. 
Details:
A small rock and gravel island with birds resting on it.
An abandoned rowboat overtook by cattails.
Cattails everywhere.
Even more cattails.
A dead tree on the side.
Cattails
Some fall trees.
And lastly, Cattails.
I hope you enjoyed it!
Edit: Raynev added in a larger version of his image so you fully grasp the details. I'm gonna supply one like that in the hopes of giving you all a better vision of what I have built. 

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The birds are a really nice touch.  Haven't seen them before.  I also like the cattails.  Very pleasant and peaceful setting you've made!

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