Back through the Gates of Melancholy

Last summer I visited the Gates of Melancholy as documented here:  Gates of Melancholy.  I knew then I would be visiting again and these shots are from my latest trip there.

This is one of those sims that has a continuous appeal to me.  Not overdone, beautifully artistic, and well thought out.  Photographic opportunities galore and definitely worth a visit.

There are times in your life where you find yourself thinking about revisiting something from the past be it a sim, a club, or even a person.  All I can say is, that if the desire is there, pursue it.  Sometimes you will be disappointed with the pursuit while other times you will be delighted.  You never know until you act upon your impulse.

So, if you have the desire to check out the original post, please scroll up and click the link in the first paragraph.  I would hope that it leaves you delighted.  🙂

I 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

Gates of Melancholy

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