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DomArtStyl

Nice.

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mv5869

Nice ideas. I disagree with one point in number 8 though. To enhance the space-expanding effect use a larger tree near the front and slightly smaller trees near the back of the plot. It tricks the eyes into thinking they are further away than they are.

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pansdaughter

Bungy, for wheelchair friendly paths look into what they call "chip seal" here and one of the brand names is Solepave.

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