“There is a Season” in Second Life

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I once had a Professor slowly, and through gritted teeth, recite the whole “To everything there is a season …” passage to me. The occasion was the end of term and the point he was trying to make was that I should NOT find myself in one of his classes the next year.

I don’t know what his problem was – I certainly didn’t cause any trouble. He must have been confusing me with somebody else.

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In any case, the subject of seasons and timing is appropriate for my thoughts today. I know the grid is mostly obsessed with the northern hemisphere – changes to the seasons reflect that bias.

Winter is coming, or in some cases has arrived, and sims are being landscaped to align with the calendar.

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There is snow falling all over the place. Blizzards and frost are hitting islands almost everywhere I land these days.

The wintery scenes have come a long way in the past few years with some spectacular results. However …..

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I don’t care what the latitude and longitude of your physical or virtual self might be. In all compass points, everywhere on the earth and grid, it is the middle of November.

I. Will. Not. Listen. To. Christmas. Music. It is not the time for that purpose. I’ll stick to autumn if I have to. :)

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  1. Inara Pey

     /  November 19, 2012

    With you on the Christmas music – to the point of avoiding stores in the “local” mall which have been banging-out the Christmas songs on their sound systems for the last couple of weeks.

  2. Sudane Erato brings the seasons to SL New England each year. It requires that we all have an inventory of different trees, but what a delight. And when the snow comes, it’s WOW!

  3. I am absolutely sure that you would have caused no trouble whatsoever in that class. :-)

  4. danniokelly

     /  November 19, 2012

    Your photos are so amazing! .. I can hardly wait for winter, but you’re right..no Christmas music before December!!

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