Serendipity Leads to Seed in Second Life

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This happens to me a lot.  I was heading somewhere and looking at the map to orient myself when I saw a nearby island that appeared interesting, so I went there “first”. Serendipity has served me well in the past and this instance is no exception. I’ll have to go to my original destination another time.

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I’m always impressed when people create something special and lovely on a homestead. As compelling as I find large and complex builds, the larger prim allowance on a regular region isn’t required to produce something with atmosphere and appeal.

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I think I’ll describe Seed↑ as a rural Japanese community.  It isn’t jam packed with “stuff” but it doesn’t feel empty or trite or haphazard. It also doesn’t feel small.  There is a sense that the roads and buildings have been there for a long time and, although there are signs of age in some of the infrastructure, you feel like the people who live there take care of it.

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There are a couple of small signboards that will have information on them in the future. I don’t know what kind – maybe events. In the meantime Seed↑ is a delightful place to visit. I voted and tipped because this type of destination is one I think should be encouraged and, since I’m posting this, you know I obviously think it should be shared. :)

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  1. isfullofcrap

     /  April 19, 2012

    Sometimes, simplicity is best.


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