Imagine a romantic Mediterranean city with domes, spires, turrets, and towers all made from old honey-colored stone-- Marrakech, Morocco or Bologna, Italy come to mind. Now transport this city to an equatorial jungle bay, and let parts of it fall into ruins-- making it even more exotic and beautiful. Tame some of the jungle growth by turning it into lush cultivated gardens, add modern sculpture, and you have a unique destination to visit.
This is the best way I can describe ACC Alpha by Haveit Neox, one of the most breathtaking and best designed builds in Second Life, and highly recommended for a visit, along with the neighboring sim of Sparquerry. Activities including gallery events and performances are also held here:
Haveit Neox's Website for ACC Alpha:
My photography of Haveit Neox's Paper Observatory from January 2014:
My photography of Haveit Neox;s A Rusted Development from 2012:
More Photography from this destination is available at The World of Yana
Haveit Neox has an art installation available for viewing, The Gods Dwindle, at the following location:
You can see one photograph from this installation below, I plan to do a more extensive review here later this month. For more information: