Wading Through Colder Water in Second Life

The Colder Water (moderate)

I caught a glimpse the other day of Ziki’s Post about The Colder Water, and noticed that she said she hadn’t used the more dramatic region default Windlight.

The Colder Water (moderate)

I’m showing you images using that environment, but honestly this sim looks great in any setting.

The Colder Water (moderate)

If you’re a fashion blogger looking for a destination where you can rez those props or pose balls you can add this one to your list. There’s a 20 minute return.

The Colder Water (moderate)

I know these shots are dark – well that’s where the creator’s vision took him. As always, you can find the larger/clearer versions on my Koinup page. That way I don’t get flack for a blog that takes too long to load. :)

The Colder Water (moderate)

Desperately Seeking Magic in Second Life

Isle of Dee (moderate)

Sometimes you just need to find the magic. I was thinking about how much I could benefit from some special assistance and that made me think of the multi-faceted John Dee↑, who lived in the period when science and magic were the same thing.

Isle of Dee (moderate)

I’m trying to do too many things right now and not doing any of them as well as I’d like. I’m also not attending (at all) to some of the projects that are important to me – a bit of delegation is going to have to happen.

Isle of Dee (moderate)

It seemed appropriate, while I’m thinking of magic and the Magician, to go to visit the Isle of Dee. You can find out more about the island and their community on their website↑  which has a lot of events and is a very photogenic village.

Isle of Dee (moderate)

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to try to contact the spirit world. John Dee is probably bored and I could use some of his special talents. :)

Isle of Dee (moderate)

A World that Fits, Sarawak in Second Life

Sarawak (moderate)

Ziki Questi pointed me to the perfect sim for today’s musings. The views just make you want to take a deep breath and relax (well, that and keep clicking the camera button).

On Monday, the hottest day of this unending heat wave, we had a medical emergency.

Sarawak (moderate)

In the succeeding hours/days of ambulances (3), doctors, nurses, etc., there was (and continues to be) much sibling communication by text messages. We each have a cell phone, of course, so this is a quick and easy way to talk.

Sarawak (moderate)

Well it should be easy. I have this tiny little phone – it’s for the occasional call, so nothing fancy, no internet apps or games. And did I mention that it’s tiny? Second Life has spoiled me in terms of being able to adjust my interface.

Sarawak (moderate)

At about 2 in the morning, after hours of trying to type messages, I measured the difference in size between my thumb and one of the letters on the “keyboard”. It’s about 25/1. I keep hitting the smiley key and trying to backspace it out, and hitting more smiley keys in the process, then backspacing, etc., etc., etc.,

I have small hands but I don’t fit this digital communication system. Sarawak is a nice gentle escape from a world without debug settings. :)

Sarawak (moderate)

 

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