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Although, to be honest, I can't see how this works in quite the same way, how many people know what a butte or a mesa is, let alone recognise one from a small scale model?
ponds, brickbuilt trees, rock formations, 32x32 baseplate, winter summer autumn spring edition,
themewise there could be:
desert, swamp, alpine, coastal, wood, steppe, underwater, grasslands ...
Other examples, mostly from USA southwest:
Devil's Tower, Wyoming
Double Arches from Arches National Parks or Messa Arch from Canyonlands Utah
Monument Valley, Arizona
El Capitan and Half-Dome in Yosemite Park
Haystack Rock on Canon Beach, Oregon
Tianzi Mountains, China
It's mostly geological formations that interest me.
a "deep in space" theme
with various spaced out themes based on fictional planets
a mushroom planet
a volcano planet
An ice cream planet.
A planet where all the trees grow sausages and Jar Jars.
thinking of cloud cuckoo land now ....
every biome from lego worlds = 1 set
Spring Forest- forest with pink trees and lightly colored grounds. You can find Japanese towers in these!
Summer Forest-more deeper green grounds, and green, small tree forest.
Fall/Autumn Forest-forest with the brown and orange colored small trees.
Winter Forest-forest with white leaved trees and snow on the ground
Pine Forest-forest with A LOT of mushroom models and those big tall pine/evergreen trees.
Spooky Forest-Tall leaf-less trees with curly branches. Filled with spooky themed models, also have pale green grass.
Jungle-Forest with LARGE trees, lush green grass and all those weird plant models.
Swamp- Small trees that have a lot of roots, brown ground, slightly hilly, and green water.
Mushroom Biome- Has giant, colorful mushrooms, grass stocks, and rocks.
Crystal Biome- Dark gray ground with glowing little gems and sometimes giant glowing gems of different shapes. Typically full of small mountains.
Canyon Biome- Dusty brown ground, lots of rock shapes. Filled with Bones and Catus models.
Desert- Somewhat hilly, sand covered biome filled with palm tree models, pyramids, and spinxs.
Plains Biome- Large, Treeless grassy landscape with sometimes a barn, and filled with farm models.
Candy Biome- Pink and brown ground, filled with giant pies, cakes, lolipops, and other sweet treats. Pink water.
Artic Biome- Slightly hilly, white ground, filled with Orange models and Icy structures. Sometimes has an iglu or two.
Mountain Biome- Giant grey mountains with snow covered peeks.
Lava/Volcano Biome- Black ground, lots and lots of lava, and volcanos.