innocence vs survival
This art installation, created by Rose Borchovski, is seriously immersive. Named the Inevitability of fate, you can you can experience the story here.
I get kinda freaked out by children en mass, maybe too many horror flicks. When I first took this pic, I did find it creepy, but I wanted to like this kid, I knew that a hard road lay ahead in for this character.
I have edited the pic and I wanted to show the innocence in this child’s eyes and in the open and honest expression. That innocence even I once had. :)To me this image is shedding the skin of innocence and accepting the risk of saying yes to satisfy curiosity and to survive. The “going down the rabbit hole”. This is what I tried to highlight.
I could have taken loads of pics, but I got carried away instead, so I only took this one. You can view more here http://bit.ly/MnEdbN.The sim itself is heavy on the lag, having many moving scripts, its a interactive art work.
Truly worth a drop by 🙂
The apptly name sim, Awesome can be experienced by clicking here 🙂
I like that this destination has a sandbox, and that its a very cool Russian owned and designed sim that shows the strong, powerful and unforgiving beauty of the Siberian terrain. If you love forest, hills, camping and the great out doors, trek on over.
I found this wicked little pub tucked away on a hillside. This pic is how I remebered it. I deffo had my beer googles on… a moose bartender? Really? LOL Well whoever it was, he listened and gave me much need counsel over a stein of foaming lager… not bad.
Its quirky out door nature… so fun that leaves a smile. Get in.
Watching the light dance
I have fallen for this epic Aussie based sim allover again. The lighting is spot on. Think of a lazy summer afternoon, when the scorching heat of the day gives way to dusk. The sky is a myriad of sunset colours all set against my beloved Outback….
It would be so amazing and sacred to stumble upon this place in RL. I’m thinking that the retro 50’s skirt and top I’m wearing fits in with the vibe from this place. Old and telling a story, soft and easy on the eyes. 🙂
Catching the last of the days rays
Bryn Oh is a virtual artist I have admired for years. I discovered her work in Second Life, and it completely resounded in me. I find Bryn Ohs work in SL dark and twisted and beautifully haunting. Bryn Oh is my fav artist in SL…
The latest exhibition in her Immersiva sim is Imogen and the pigeons. I love how she tells Imogens’ story, the setting is elaborately woven and comprehensive. You meet other characters along the way and briefly flirt with their story. It is adventure interlaced with poetry and puzzle.
I have taken loads of pics, I have not edited them, I have just posted my favourite key pics that reveal patches of Imogens story… so click on Bryn Ohs blog site (just below) or jump straight in here to see, hear and experience this delight yourself 🙂
The dark-side of the mirror
An audience with Chalk fingers
This is a lovely sim where Artists are hard at work.
Here now there is a Van Gough Village and it is very picturesqueness all round.
Perfect to chill out to the peaceful ambiance.
Loving this SL editors pick of Hazardous. (SLurl above)
This destination reminds me of a long forgotten chunk of the Australian outback.
It offers a scenic and moody photo backdrop kinda spooky chic kinda broody dreamscape.
Fun to explore and chill, espesh if you love The Smashing Pumpkins track Disarm ( you’ll know why :P!!)