Thursday, October 19, 2006

Seacliff (graphics-intensive!)



I'm hard pressed to rank the scenic places I've seen in SL, but if you were to insist, Seacliff would probably be at the top. It has lush greenery (some of which you might recognize! more later...), and many places from which to enjoy it, often suspended high in the air.

(Alas, Blogger isn't letting me intersperse images and text, so the images are all going to be together. And previewing it, I see that I was truer than I knew... so I dare not show you the balloon from close up.)

The seating is a delightful surprise. People more familiar with botany than I am (help me, dear!) can tell you what plant inspired them; I just think I remember seeing a picture of it once.

One thing I do know, and fellow former OS/2 users have probably already noticed and are chuckling by now... look closely at the ground beneath my feet. OS/2 users will recognize it as some of the stock wallpaper that came with the operating system!

Whatever your operating system, do visit Seacliff.

2 comments:

Mordecai said...

I think it is some type of fern, as you said, or perhaps a Horsetail? A great texture for its context, anyway!

Melissa Yeuxdoux said...

OK. I finally remembered what I was thinking of, namely jack-in-the-pulpit, and of course it has nothing at all to do with the seating at Seacliff. Sigh... at least I won't sit up tonight trying to remember the wrong plant.