A Beautiful 4 Seasons in Second Life

I explored “Beautiful 4 Seasons” Sunday afternoon. It is charming and peaceful. What I like in particular are the fields and meadows of the simsurround. Really a perfect surrounding for the sim! I never saw that before and it adds a lot to the overall charme of Beautiful 4 seasons. There are plenty of spot just to stand or sit and enjoy. Thank you for this advice, Inara!

July 31st: Diomita exploring "Beautiful 4 Seasons" (1)

July 31st: Diomita exploring “Beautiful 4 Seasons” (1)’

July 31st: Diomita exploring "Beautiful 4 Seasons" (2)

July 31st: Diomita exploring “Beautiful 4 Seasons” (2)

July 31st: Diomita exploring "Beautiful 4 Seasons" (3)

July 31st: Diomita exploring “Beautiful 4 Seasons” (3)

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Beautiful 4 Seasons; Inara Pey, July 2016, on FlickrBeautiful 4 Seasons – click any image for full size

“This region is my labour of love :D,” Inkie (inkie Loudwater) tells me as I admire the latest iteration of her Homestead region, Beautiful 4 Seasons. “I change  it every season; it’s an ongoing process, so the more people enjoy it, the better it is!”

Looking around the region it’s hard to imagine it not being a staple part of people’s itineraries when exploring Second Life. It sits as a mostly low-slung island in the centre of a lake. Across the water and completely surrounding it, a patchwork quilt of fields recede towards misty, distant hills and rounded, grassy peaks. it’s not quite England’s Lake District – but it could be.

Beautiful 4 Seasons; Inara Pey, July 2016, on FlickrBeautiful 4 Seasons

The island forms a west pointing C, a smaller island nestled within its curving arms. A tiny hamlet sits along one arm of the C…

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