Completed just yesterday (but, like many places, likely to be in constant revision) is a new sim by Rwah entitled Square pegs in round holes. Indeed, says, Rwah, "This sim will have an ever changing collection of builds. You are welcome to photograph them, explore them, or simply hang out. You are invited to explore and discover, to find the little hidden places and to simply have a good time." It's Rwah's first sim-wide build (having previously attempted to enjoy life on a platform), and she succeeds admirably.
Square pegs in round holes comprises a chain of islands, the largest being near the landing point, home to a church, graveyard, field of poppies, and intimate café. From there, one can set off on foot, traversing several long bridges, arriving at another island of size that's linked to yet another that's home to a gallery. After that, it's off to the skies to reach three formidable outcrops of rock connected by narrow bridges, a cozy cabin resting on the first (top image).
Those who enjoy photography will no doubt make return visits. You'll discover a teleport system that takes you to some of the region's major destinations, and, speaking of photography, you'll also spot works by two photographers whose works are featured and whose services are available — Yannick and Peep Sideshow. The sim is Rwah's home, so she asks that visitors respect her privacy and enjoy the environment with politeness. Special thanks to Arnno Planer for introducing me to Rwah and Square pegs in round holes.