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Friday, July 10, 2015

Smile Please! Best Photogenic Places in Second Life - Debby Sharma reporting

A dream within a world. One of the core most engaging activities in Second Life as well as in any other virtual world, is photography among other activities like appearance, shopping, building etc. Few choose to visit the the photography studios and others choose to edit the background in a photo editing software. There are some who choose to explore around the grid taking pictures of the landscapes or selfies.

Romantic couples, bloggers, explorers, landscape builders and others essentially look for places that look at the dream of individuals from a different perspective or for inspiration. There are n number of such motivations that can awe you, however, am bringing you a few that would infuse one to another world.

The McFly Project by LICK Sim 

Photography Credits: Sera Bellic

Creator Sera Bellic has surprised us with yet another great work. This landscape was opened to public on 9th July, 2015. In the words of Bellic, she introduces the quaint view of flora and fauna as, "Step into the past and explore the world that once was and find your way in to the future. Just be careful to watch your step along the way." The land that holds mystery within its beauty and is sure to drop the jaws in awe of its spectators.

Namaste Lounge

  Photography Credits: Namaste Lounge

Opened on June 12th, 2015, Namaste Lounge brings the sneak peak of oriental mini Asia. Namaste, the word has come from the ancient language, Sankrit which is combined from two words, namely, "naman" and "aste", meaning "I bow down to the soul standing in front of me". This language was widrespread among the Indo-European region. The picturesque of the land brings out the primitive era which was relatively closer to earth.

Black Basalt Beach

 Photography Credits: Chankya Desai (left) Debby Sharma (right)

Fresh breeze, calm winds and cloudy sky; the environment dictates the silence before the stormy night. It is advised to use region settings. Basalt rocky terrain and towering mountains with houses on top where one can see the whole island is just every photographer would want. The best feature of all is one can rez props by joining their group. 

Finally, the Destination Guide and the Search tab is always helpful in finding more variations in scenic panorama. Destinations like Basilique, Dublin, Hazardous, Frisland among others have passed the test of time and are still among the most beautiful places in Second Life.


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