A scene to remember in Second Life

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Oboeru; Inara Pey, June 2018, on FlickrOboeru – click any image for full size

A fog horn plaintively calls in the early morning light, the Sun slowly burning through the dawn haze as it rises over the eastern horizon. Cicada song mixes with that of birds greeting the dawn and the stridulation of crickets, while in the background the dull rumble of waves breaking on a shoreline resonates through the air.

These are the sounds that greet visitors to Oboeru (“Remember” or “learn” in Japanese), a Homestead region designed by  Manis Lane and Axiom (Axiomatic Clarity). This is a place that is hauntingly romantic in its near-desolated nature; a low-slung archipelago, the main island of which has been clawed by long fingers of water, its outliers of varying sizes separated from it by channels which can be surprisingly deep.

Oboeru; Inara Pey, June 2018, on FlickrOboeru

This is a place which seems to brood under the early morning half-light; the deep mewling…

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Author: John

Owner, Publisher, & Editor In Chief of KultivateMagazine www.kultivatemagazine.com

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