A sixth sense in Second Life

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Le Sixième Sens, Le Sixième Sens; Inara Pey, June 2017, on FlickrLe Sixième Sens – click any image for full size

We first visited Le Sixième Sens (“the sixth sense”) in January of 2017, at a time when the region was popping up in blogs and photo streams. As I didn’t get to write about it then, I recently found myself hopping back to see what had changed and to catch-up on my own write-up for the region.

Designed by Natacha Haroldsen, the region presents itself as a little corner of Tuscany, where “a plaza surrounded by old shops that give you a rustic feeling,” sits beneath a pale azure sky, and a vineyard climbs the slope of a hill, beckoning those who stand at the archway of the plaza to explore the land before them.

Le Sixième Sens, Le Sixième Sens; Inara Pey, June 2017, on FlickrLe Sixième Sens

Six months may have passed since Caitlyn and I first followed the track down from the boutique shops gathered around the landing…

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