So, another very popular and classic sim is about to disappear. In the last hours before Roche closes, I spent time looking round it, to the sound of Sandy Denny and Who Knows Where the Time Goes. I’m old enough to remember when that song was released, a discovery on a cassette tape from my […]
Today I’m going to take a couple of interesting regions of Second Life with strong visual impact, and I’m going to talk about the similarities in how they create an interpretation of the world. On the surface, they seem quite different. Aspen Fell is naturalistic, predominantly dark and the region is treated as a scenic […]
It’s not often I browse the ‘destinations’ of Second Life. I’m not sure how or why the places find their way into this honoured tab, but I always have a long list of places in my inventory to explore. This, however, was a little gem. It’s not a big area once you teleport in, but […]
The seasons turn in Second Life, usually in alignment with the northern hemisphere. Though in my part of the world, it’s stayed wet and windy, and I’ve barely seen any snow. Elysion is an attractive sim, and I’d been there earlier in the year. So, I thought I’d look see what there was now. So […]
Going back to the country, to the rural quiet is a recurrent theme in Second Life, as is abandonment and dereliction. At Sand Hills Country there is both within a compact area. I found some of the trees a bit garish, but this central area is nicely set up.