Inara reviews the very scenic StoryBrooke Gardens in Second Life.

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

StoryBrooke Gardens, Baja Norte; Inara Pey, November 2015, on FlickrStoryBrooke Gardens (Flickr) – click any image for full size

It’s that time when seasonal themes come to the fore; as the year starts to fade and the northern hemisphere feels the chill of winter; when snow, ice and frosted scenes slowly spread across Second Life, bringing with them the anticipation of Christmas and holidays, and a range of activities best served by that blanket of snow.

As much as I love wandering Second Life and finding places to visit and explore, it is often the winter scenes that attract me the most. I’m not much into all the twinklies and stars and glitter and decorations; but winter in Second Life oft presents us with idyllic, picturesque and tranquil scenes of snow and winter, it helps those of us trapped in the dreary reality of rain, cold winds, sleet and slippery paths, to escape to an altogether more…

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