Friday, October 14, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: It All Starts With A Smile Celebrates The Glorious Brown Season of Autumn

The months of September and October in the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada are famous around the world as the autumn foliage season. Brilliant shades of red, orange, and gold brace sugar maples and other hardwood trees for a blazing month of glory, particularly beautiful in mountainous areas, that everyone should see at least once in their lives. There is another autumnal season, the period after the leaves fall and before the first snows cover the ground that is also a celebrated period of tourism. The six weeks of the "Brown Season", starting from mid October until early November depending on location, also corresponds with hunting season. The weather is colder and more damp, and the scenery darker and more sparse. Many find the sparse landscapes particularly beautiful to photograph.

The classic Second Life destination It All Starts With a Smile does a very good job showing how attractive the "brown season" can look with muted and subtle earth tone colors. Dark, brooding skies are already set as the programmed Windlight Sky Setting- and which I use for my photography. This is a particularly beautiful destination and one that I highly recommend you visit.

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