In 2014 I, like many other Second Life users, paid my first visit to Frisland, the region designed by Charlie Namiboo, Anna Barzane and Frislanda “Fris” Ferraris which was based on the phantom island that appeared on virtually all of the maps of the North Atlantic from the 1560s through the 1660s.

The region became an instant hit with visitors, changing its face to match the seasons, and drawing people back time and time again. So much so, that when it did finally come time to say goodbye, it was obvious many would miss it.Fris’ Land, LiebeIt seems that Charlie and Fris also found it hard to leave their beloved creation behind, because they’ve just opened up Fris’ Land.

While in no any way intended to be a replica of their original vision, it nevertheless offers those of us who miss Frisland with the opportunity to recapture memories of its wintertime look…

Source: Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World | Second Life, virtual worlds and virtual reality

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