Having a little bit of free time today, I decided I to head out and find something to spark my imagination. Every now and then, everyone needs a little magic….something to believe in and that search took me to this lovely build located on the Morning Glow sim.
The land description reads, “Feel the magic all around, in the magical unicorn forest, the enchanted woods or the princess tower. Explore every little corner to see all the secret romantic and magical spots.”
This sim hit the spot. It is fun, whimsical, and beautiful and did spark my imagination. I remember watching a video on YouTube a while back about the “The Universal Hot vs. Crazy Matrix – A Man’s Guide to Women” (included at the bottom for your entertainment) and got all excited about the possibility of finding a unicorn 🙂
Seriously though, this sim is delightful and a perfect diversion from the normal day-to-day activities in Second Life. I highly recommend it for the relaxation and photographic opportunities that it offers.
As always, I hope you enjoy the pictures and the SLURL is located after the pictures in this post.
Sofia brought this sim to my attention after seeing it somewhere and we decided to pay it a visit. Let me start by stating that this is a BDSM Adult sim and a very beautiful one at that. I am happy to report that we did not get bothered in the manner that you might at other Adult BDSM sims (which was refreshing) and were able to enjoy looking around and taking pictures without harassment of any sort. The build itself is breathtaking and any toys and tools for the fetish have been incorporated tastefully into the layout of the place very well. If you seek a beautiful place for some breathtaking photos, I highly recommend this sim and, if you are so inclined or just curious, there appears to be more than just photos there to enjoy 🙂
I hope you enjoy the pictures and I have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post should you feel inclined to visit the sim.
I paid a visit to the Stony Hill Vineyard located on the Stony Hill sim and took some photographs while there, of course. The land description reads, “A scenic sim build by Ezra Locke. Come explore this little patch of Second Life’s wine country. Spanish and Italian influences with a little hodgepodge.”
The sim is very lovely but what really struck me was the attention to detail in the decorating of the buildings. It is apparent that a lot of thought and care went into this build and you should really pay it a visit. It has caught the eye of many already and I managed to capture a snap of the lovely Genny in a picture during one of her visits.
The build reminds me of Galicia with its lush green valleys and proximity to the coastline. Home to zestier white wines, the cuisine of the area naturally includes a lot of fresh fish to go with the wines. The beauty of Second Life is the ability to visit locations such as this virtually. I love exploring and shooting beautiful sims and will do it as time allows. I find myself distracted by different things now and again but, like everyone else, I eventually return to what brings me the most pleasure in SL.
I do hope you enjoy the pictures. I have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post so that you can find it easily yourself.
I decided to venture out again for another shoot and came across the “Le Sixieme Sens” build on the sim of the same name. The land description reads, “Delightful Tuscan romantic feeling and peace all around, breath… You are in love..” Designed by Yeiyaiel and Natacha Haroldsen, this sim is worth the visit. It is also home to the Knick Knacks Mainstore as well.
Photographing sims is my version of meditation. There is nothing I love more than finding a beautiful location and then capturing memories of it for later review. I find it to be relaxing and very enjoyable. I hope you find some of the sims I post about as relaxing as I do.
The past month or so has been a month of discovery for me as an individual. I have made a lot of changes to my activities in Second Life and find myself in a more peaceful place. I had put too much emphasis on the wrong things in world and got caught up in the social circles that exist. I did make a lot of really good friends but, at the same time, picked up some “interchangables”. What is an “interchangable” you might ask? In every group there are those role players, as it were, that are essentially “interchangable.” I liken it to when a character on a television series moves on and someone else is brought in to play a similar role or the plot moves on to another member of the ensemble thereby elevating their importance to the show. Second Life is full of these role players and, I am sure, in other’s Second Life, I am one of those role players. It is just the nature of the experience and not a statement to the quality or value of any individual.
Anyway, I guess as you move through Second Life and grow with the experience, the “interchangables” become more apparent and, when you find them running with another circle, you just smile and are happy they found a new role. Kind of like me. I have found another spot and actually am pretty happy with it. I am the lead in my story, of course, and have welcomed back a leading lady that left some time ago (guess she did not find a better role). I will continue exploring as I have in the past and visiting with the special people in my Second Life and, as always, continue to randomly happen upon those “interchangables” in their new roles in another story. Yeah, who needs television when you have Second Life.
Now on to the pictures. I do hope you like them and you will find the SLURL at the bottom of the post.