Inara explores the photogenic location of Peacehaven:

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Peacehaven; Inara Pey, April 2016, on FlickrPeacehaven – click any image for full size

I was drawn to Peacehaven after seeing it highlighted in the Destination Guide – only to find that its future is far from certain: a noticeboard close to the landing point carries the news that the region will be closing on May 2nd. This is something of a shame, as the region is another slice of rugged beauty in second Life, which lends itself to photography whilst offering a place to enjoy with a friend.

The landing point, located on the west side of the region presents two tracks for visitors to follow, one to the north, the other to the south. Both paths lead directly to little stone bridges – Alex Bader’s popular design – which arch over gently flowing streams – before offering the visitor a choice of ways forward.

Peacehaven; Inara Pey, April 2016, on FlickrPeacehaven

The northward track branches left and right once over…

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One thought on “The serenity of Peacehaven in Second Life

  1. We are so happy that people continue to enjoy Peacehaven. When this article was written we were initially going to close Peacehaven due to some personal life situations. Fortunately we’ve been able to keep it open and Second Life residents still enjoy it daily.

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