Friday, April 29, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: Make Sure To Visit Sapphire Mirror Lake Designed by Haveit Neox at the 2016 Fantasy Faire By May 1

Sapphire Mirror Lake is Arts and Entertainment area of The 2016 Fantasy Faire.  The great Second Life architect and environmental designer Haveit Neox had designed a spectacular assemblage of galleries, walkways, towers and a performance stage at the water surface level, in brilliant organic forms and with stupendous colors and textures. Sapphire Mirror Lake also has an underground gallery wirth sea sculptures that move and gyrate and emit flashing lights. One view is shown as the animated GIF which is the last photograph in this post. Silver Mirror Lake reminds me of the stand-out environmental installation at the 2015 Fantasy Faire aslo by Haveit Neox, Poseidon's Abyss,but with more color and attention to its role as a fine and performing arts mecca.

Fantasy Faire is set to close at the end of the day of Sunday, May 1. You only have through this weekend to catch Sapphire Mirror Lake and all the other fantastically designed cities and shopping areas of this great event. All proceeds from the event go to funding research at the American Cancer Society.

you can visit Sapphire Mirror Lake here. Make to follow the path and walk underwater to see the underwater gallery shown in the last 4 images in this review. You can teleport to the central area of Crystal Silver Lake with the following SLurl:

More information about Fantasy Faire 2016 can be found here at their Main Web Site:

 SL Newswe also has good coverage of the event:

More Blog Coverage of other regions of Fantasy Faire 2016 can be found here:

Echt Virtuell (Real Virtual) impressions of Fantasy Faire  - Part 1:

Echt Virtuell (Real Virtual) impressions of Fantasy Faire  - Part 2:

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Looking for more places to visit?

To see more of my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

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I constructed this animated GIF from 16 individual frames each over at

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