These 11 shots are from the “Lost Dream-Les reves perdus” build located on the “Wonderous Love” sim. The land description reads, “Lost Dream, original world of dreams and creativity, with the atmosphere of nature and soothing and rejuvenating, discover and rejoice in his wonderful, Explore, stay awhile, and do not forget to bring your camera…tag photographe…..rezz poses..3ans..”
To describe this build as anything less than delightful would be akin to deceiving you and we all know nobody likes to be deceived. Trust me when I tell you this sim is definitely worth a visit. There are quite a few photogenic areas so be sure to snap your pictures, create a memory, and enjoy yourself. I know I did all three.
I hope you like the pictures and I have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: Lost Dream
As many of you know, the Basilique has always held a special place in my heart and these 5 pictures are from another visit I made there this morning. I have always loved the view from the pier and recommend it highly for those who may want somewhere quiet and beautiful to just unwind or reflect.
The land description reads, “A lovely town on the shore of a northern Italian lake. Walk the square and waterfront piers, relax in the bars or cafe, or row around the lake. Meet new people that also aim for immersiveness and accuracy in a friendly setting.”
I do hope you enjoy the pictures and, as always, you will find the SLURL at the bottom of the post.
Visit this location is Second Life by clicking here: Basilique Town
These 5 shots are from the “Gates of Melancholy” build located on “The Gates” sim. I made a quick stop over there a bit ago and wanted to get this posted for those of you that may be unaware of its existence. The land description reads as follows: “This sim is based on and inspired from the life and work of the famous American painter Andrew Wyeth. It is created to emulate and elicit the feel in the watercolor paintings done by Andrew Wyeth.”
I will be heading back there in the near future to get even more shots. Until then I do hope you enjoy the pictures and, as always, the SLURL is included at the bottom of this post.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: Gates of Melancholy
These 11 shots are from the “Heaven and Hell” build located on the “Oyster Bay” sim. My good friend, Sera Bellic, has created another special build and I am honored that she asked me to come see it. Her ability to put her visions into a build have always amazed me.
Be sure and check out this sim. I hope you enjoy the pictures and, as always, the SLURL is located at the bottom of this post.
Visit this location in Second Life by clicking here: Heaven and Hell