A Carnival of the Arts: celebrating 2 years in Second Life

Shout out to my good friend Enigmatic Deir, who created the steampunk zeppelin and sky rollercoaster and donated it to Ian and Lisa for the enjoyment of their visitors. I was there the day he suddenly decided to rez these items, that had once inhabited his own now-defunct sim, The Station (does anybody remember it?). I had a ball watching him work and went on several test runs before he handed it off to them. Here are a couple of pictures from that day.

Steampunk Transport to SkyCoaster2_001

Steampunk Transport to SkyCoaster_001

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Jasmine's Hollow; Inara Pey, June 2015, on Flickr Jasmine’s Hollow (Flickr) – click and image for full size

Two years ago I visited Jasmine’s Hollow and the Dirty Grind for the first time (you can read about my visit here). Back then it was relatively new to Second Life, offering a community environment blending a mix of styles – rural, small town, steampunk – presenting a mix of residential accommodation, music and entertainment and photographic opportunities, all of which came together to present a rich environment, pleasing to the eye and pleasant to visit.

Since that time, Jasmine’s Hollow and the Dirty Grind have grown into an arts-centric community run by Lisa Witterdoodlesteinbeauchamp (aka (jasmine0alaya) and her partner, Ian Witterdoodlesteinbeauchamp (Ian McConach), offering a unique environment in which live music and the arts are actively encouraged and promoted.

Jasmine's Hollow; Inara Pey, June 2015, on Flickr Jasmine’s Hollow (Flickr) – click and image for full size

To mark the community’s second…

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