Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Great Second Life Destinations: Philomenaville, A Charming American Small Town Set In the Edwardian Era

Le Cafe Au Coin - Relaxing in Philomenaville

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.  The interiors of the many antique and art shops are particularly charming, with excellent period items to purchase. I show some of these in the lower photographs.

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

Philomenaville is a Second Life Destination Guide Editor's Pick for July 2014 and is highly recommended for a visit.


Town Hall

You can read more about this destination, and the activities they have planned, including July 4 celebrations  here:

I have additional photography in a destination preview article that I ran here last week:

Cedar Bay Art Gallery
Interior of the Cedar Bay Art Gallery
Ryce Skytower, Electica owner Tiffy Vella, and Founder Thaddeus Nadeau
The entrance to the Library is behind
The realistic interior of the Philomenaville Library

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