Havit Neox, one of Second Life's most famous architects, builds fanciful structures and entire cities that employ a wide range of architectural effects. His latest creation, In The Hall of the Centaurs at Second Life's famous Verdigris City, is another jewel in his crown and a must-see destination. Filigree walls which give gorgeous lighting effects interact with architecture that is a blend of Gothic, Indian Mughal, and Nelo-Classical styles. Make sure to walk and teleport to all levels to see hidden rooms which such as one with a rotating Unisphere that appears to have swarms of bees rising at its base.
All photography was taken using the "Verdigris" Windlight Sky Setting which is programmed on the region. I brought out the warmth and three-dimensional aspects of each image by applying a 25% lomographic photography effect to these images. .
I highly recommend you visit -- but be prepared to spend quite a bit of time as you will want to fully appreciate all aspects of Haveit's unique vision:
To see my review of Haveit Neox's tropical fantasy ACC Alpha City:
To see more blog coverage of In The Hall of the Centaurs:
The World of Yana: