These 8 shots are from The Pines at Jacobs Pond located on the Jacob sim. I have visited this location before and caught it during the summer season. They have since winterized it and I must say that they did a breathtaking job on it. The build is gorgeous and offers many great photographic opportunities. I highly recommend this to those that love a winter sim and are preparing to take their seasonal pictures. I will definitely be coming back to this repeatedly.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the SLURL is at the bottom of the post.
These 9 shots are from L’Arc en Ciel located on the Winterfall sim. The land description reads, “The story of life is quicker then the blink of an eye, the story of love is hello, goodbye.” This sim was breathtaking. This is my second visit to this sim and I still found myself gasping when I landed and continued to be amazed as I looked around and took my shots. The colors and the layout of the build are really beautiful and I recommend it highly to anyone looking for a nice sim to explore or take pictures on.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and, as always, the SLURL is located at the end of this post.
These 9 shots are from Basilique located on the Our Island sim. I was thinking this morning about what I wanted to shoot today and then remembered my favorite sim (outside of my own) and teleported over to it only to find that they have changed the season to fall. This made me very happy as the fall colors present so many magnificent photo opportunities. I love the pier there and the pictures I get from Basilique are always among my favorites.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and I encourage you to click on the SLURL at the bottom of this post and visit it yourself.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: Basilique
These 7 shots are from La Fleur at St. John Parish. From the destination guide, “St John is a fictional version of New Orleans from the early 20th century. Many of the buildings are based on actual buildings in the New Orleans French Quarter.” I have always wanted to visit New Orleans and found this to be very nice. Being a fictional version of the city from the early 20th century, I could not help fantasizing of how much simpler life was back then without all this technology getting in the way of daily life. Do not get me wrong, I love technology but miss the days, even 20 years ago, when you were not always readily available for work or any other the other things life throws at you. Technology makes life better for everyone but, at the same time, provides a tether of a sort for our lives. Enough of the soap box, this sim was very enjoyable and I recommend it to anyone looking for a pleasant place from the past to explore.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the SLURL is at the bottom of this post.