Sunday, May 18, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations: The Post-Apocalyptic Vision of The Junkyard at The Wastelands Is Mesmerizing


The 10--region Wastelands is the oldest and largest Post-Apocalyptic community in Second life. The Wastelands came into existence in January 2007, and sustains itself through a community of roleplayers and residents who have created over 95% of the impressive content. I explored the realistic Junkyard sim on Friday and met a community of female residents who were added much to the survivalist atmosphere. This is a very cool destination and well worth a visit even if you have been there before.

I took the three lower images using the following Windlight settings:

Sky:   Euphoria-  Low Saturation Dull Deposit
Water:  Phototools- Breakwave Building Water

To visit the Junkyards at the Wastelands:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Junkyard/147/41/74



Links:

To find out more about The Wasterlands:
http://www.the-wastelands.org/

You can buy land in the Wastelands and live in the 10-sim roleplaying community. Check out the landstore for more information.
http://land.the-wastelands.org/

Flickr:
https://www.flickr.com/groups/second_life_wastelands/pool/show/


There is a store on site, Flit Ink,  that sells body art and other things for role playing, and that proper post-apocalyptic look.

For more information on Flit Ink:
http://flitink.blogspot.ca/

To visit Flit Ink:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Junkyard/189/37/73

Items are also on sale at the Marketplace:
https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/64744

Wastelands roleplayers -- all female -- who I met on my visit
 From the left: Bridget Boissel, Emmy, Flit Ulrik, and Scarlet Dawning

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