Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations: The Sinking Ocean Liner at France Portnawak

The inspiration for Portnawak is the sinking of the Titanic in the North Atlantic in 1912.  The ocean liner is listing, icebergs are around, and the first class furniture is strewn about missing the passengers -- who are probably in lifeboats or have already drowned in the frozen sea. What can you do?  You can dance, engage in once of several romantic rooms, or listen to a grand piano which has ended up on an ice sheet. If only Leonardo DiCaprio were available for one last night of intensive love making -- but since this is Second Life, you can probably find a Leo avatar to do this with.  Portnawak is recommended, but only if you can put the gruesome memories aside of that great disaster over 100 years ago.

I took these images using Windlight Sky Setting (TOR)  Dusk Fairytale Glow

To visit:

To see great photography from this location check out the following blogs:

Ziki Questi:

Caitlin Tobias:

Honour McMillan:

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