As you can probably tell from the last few postings, the recurring theme for this week will be my last ditch attempt to grab as much virtual sunshine as a pixel body can handle.
A middle of the month summer wrap up with no mayo, a light dressing and some pepper please.
A gorgeous play on latex apparel, what was once a stigma, is now showcased so hauntingly beautiful in this dress from Valentina E, now for sale exclusively at On9.
My first attempt at an all white room comes short of the purest of intentions.
Pining for a poolside in Seattle comes with the added pressure of daily weather malfunctions, and so I created a virtual space to shell out all my chlorinated yet ‘salty’ dreams.
“I see the shadows long beneath the mountain top. I’m not afraid when the rain won’t stop ’cause you light the way.”
Somewhere between hours of post processing system layers and carpal tunnel from Hades, I realized that the Mesh Revolution of Second Life, wasn’t as bad of a monster as my so called friends had made it out to be.
Well who could really look at that face and think she was missing anything but an opportunity?
Hunting for a fashion, photo-friendly location in Second Life can be summed up in three words; Totally worth it.
Neva Crystal’s Baby’s Ear is where I spent the majority of the afternoon yesterday taking in the rustic scenes of a tranquil country side and just feeling that calm and serenity I so badly needed. If you have toured through Neva’s other projects and locations her artistic signature is like none other in SL. Every scene, every nuance has a nostalgia that resounds in all of us. Back to a time where life was simply, uncluttered. Choose Your SL Adventure is a series I once started ohhh way back when, during some early morning insomnia fit. And just like you fellow blogger, sometimes you just start things and think they’re an awesome idea! Then time and the busy-ness of life gets in the way and yadda yadda back burner etc etc. Well, my yadda yadda is pretty much open for a while, and this time I’d like to try a different approach to the normal SL travelogs, with the addition of machinima. I’m still working out the the wurbles and the bleeps so to speak …