Friday, October 10, 2014

Autumn Foliage Week 2014: Frisland, Gorgeous Colors on a Phantom Island in the North Atlantic

Autumn is my favorite time for landscape photography. Many regions of Second Life are now bursting out in gorgeous warm Autumn colors. I will be spending the next week photographing destinations which showcase glorious autumn colors at their peak. You can catch the list of destinations I have selected further down this article.

Frisland opened in March, 2014, and is a favorite destinations for photographers in Second Life. The project was inspired by the phantom island of Frisland, which never actually existed, that appeared on virtually all of the maps of the North Atlantic from the 1560s through the 1660s.The dark brooding grey skies, cool green grass, and construction reminded me of the islands in the Danish Archipelago. The river landscape appear to be entirely natural; rent a fee bicycle and ride along the winding paths for a truly relaxing cool October afternoon.

To visit:

To see my earlier photography from Frisland from Spring 2014:

To see all posts and photography from Autumn Foliage Week 2014:

Wednesday, October 8: The New England Islands

Thursday, October 9: Frisland

Friday, October 10: Small Town Green

Saturday, October 11: Jacob's Pond

Sunday, October 12:  The Legion Project

Monday, October 13: Heart Song

Tuesday, October 14: Portnawak

Wednesday, October 15: Oubliette

Thursday, October 16:  Angel Manor

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