Friday night, August 19th, I got an opportunity to explore Second Life. A went to Binemust, which is (as always) perfectly described in Inara Peys’s blog “Binemust in Second Life“.
Bine Rodenberger, the owner and creator of the sim writes about it “Binemust – a 2 island sim with an underwater world aswell. Enjoy the different scenes and find your way to the floating rock in the sky and an interior decor experimentation in the skybox. There are 2 portholes by the landing point. The door will take you to the skybox, and the hole in the ground will take you to the floating rock in the sky.”
I started my discovery with the underwater world. It is bizarre. Some areas look like just recently sunken under water, like the railroad with the power poles along it’s side. At the end of the railroad tracks is a locomotive graveyard. Next to is is another field with a Buddha, an elefant, an tree, strange flying eyes. For sure you can take surrealistic pictures of these places, as in addition there’re turtles and sharks swimming around you (well, you’re under water). Another place in the underwater world is a big camping area (under water!). As I said: bizarre but very interesting and there’s a lot to discover.
20160819 Binemust underwater world
I took the two offered teleports to the “interior decor experimentation” and to the floating rock. The interior decor experimentation is very well done. Inside you won’t imagine that you’re in a skybox and I really like the decor and the layout of this little house.
20160819 Binemust exploring tour

Then I went exploring the 2 islands. First I visited the chapel which is not used as such anymore. It’s hard to describe – there’s the illuminated advertising that remembers of a red light district, there’s a lot of garbage, an old bike and the chancel is dominated by a sculpture from Mistero Hifeng. So my first impression of the first island was: also bizarre. Yet there are several other houses which are not bizarre at all. Inside you see that they are occupied and decorated with love. And on the porches and terraces you find nice spots to sit and enjoy.

August 19th - Binemust chapel

August 19th – Binemust chapel

The other island is connected by a ballon bridge and it is quite a high rock. On its top is a lighthouse and it looks really comfortable inside. At the foot of the rock is a small beach where you can either sit and enjoy or take a swan pedal boat to explore Binemust from the water side.

August 19th - Binemust balloon bridge

August 19th – Binemust balloon bridge

20160819 Binemust islands tour

Binemust is a really varied sim, it has something of everything: Art, Surrealism, Nature, Fantasy and is also just a nice place to be. And I’m pretty sure that there’re many details that I haven’t found yet. Thank you Bine for providing the sim to us all!
Last but not least, there’s also a website where you find more pictures and information about Binemust as well Bine’s blog.
Landmark Binemust
Website and blog
Inara Pey about Binemust

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