Saturday, June 21, 2014

Preview of a Charming New Second Life Destination: Philomenaville, Small Town America 100 Years Ago

This blog post is a preview of a more extensive post I am preparing for next Wednesday, July 2, on Philomenaville, a new Second Life destination. Philohemenaville is a vision of small-town America set in the 1900 - 1920 Edwardian period. It is absolutely charming, and there are period art galleries, antique places, and other attractions for you to visit. I will be writing more about this next week.

I took these images using Windlight Sky Setting Midday-Nostalgika.

You can read more about this destination, and the activities they have planned, including an upcoming July 4 celebration on their web site:

To visit:

You can see the Park theater below -- up on the right-- where movies are shown on a regular basis. You can also see the working trolleycar in this image.

Ryce met Lovely, a very friendly Philomenaville resident on his photography trip, who was kind enough to open her home for a photograph and show Ryce the Cafe where she works.  Most everyone proud of their new town and hospitable to visitors. This is simply a great place to visit and a great new addition to Second Life.

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