Sunday, March 2, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations: Visit Dieselpunk Seraph City Before It Closes in Two Weeks


Make sure you visit the dieselpunk - inspired Seraph City which is reportedly set to close in two weeks. This destination is inspired by the Art Deco - themed American downtown of the 1920 - 1940 period. Seraph city reminds me specifically of Manhattan, with the el (elevated) trains running down Second and Third Avenues (since torn down) spewing smoke and ashes on the sidewalks below, the Zeppelin perched on top of a skyscraper (the Empire State Building still has its Zeppelin spire intact), and the art deco touches and influences everywhere. Highly recommended for a visit.

All photography was taken using Windlight Sky Setting (TOR) Midday -  Nostalgika.
I applied a 33% lomo effect to the images to bring out the rich light contrast.

To visit:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Seraph%20City/113/149/106

For more photography and a review in depth of the closing:
http://danielvoyager.wordpress.com/2014/02/27/seraph-city-closing-down-in-mid-march-2014/






















1 comment:

  1. Hiyas Eddi!! I'm currently visiting & exploring Seraph City. I just found the "Greetings From Shell Beach" billboard. Love the "Dark City" movie reference!! Thanks so much for posting on your blog about Seraph City; I may have never had a chance to explore it if you hadn't.

    Cheers,

    Jenova Spires
    (known as John Patrick Carroll in RL & on Facebook)

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