Flashback friday to our team trip to the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia. Although bucephalandra could not be found on this island, the natural landscape was truly a great inspiration for us aquascapers. The rice paddies in Ubud were not only breathtaking but contained great biodiversity in the surrounding forests. You could find critters such as freshwater micro fish and amphibians living in the paddies!
Not far from the paddies was a trail down a natural stream/creek. The hike was filled with wooden bridges and amazing natural stones, a great environment for all sorts of aquatic plants and creatures. This goes to show that this island paradise shouldn't just be known for it's pristine sandy beaches but its wildlife inland as well.
Rice Paddies. Ubud, Bali, Indoneisa
Rice Paddies. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Unnamed Stream. Bali, Indonesia