Thursday, January 20, 2011

Aear -watchful simplicity

    An intriguing sim.... appearing nearly empty yet which contains little precious gems that makes it worth a visit, like this underwater chamber...


Mostly what you see is this watch tower, and library on an isolated island devoid of vegetation,

forbidding rock rising from the bottom of the sea,


and a wooden path weaving its way above water, going from pillar to pillar to another post, an tower with a well in the center, and a ladder going down...


This place has enough mystery about it which would be terrible for those who are unable to deal with loneliness or fear being alone.
The sim is rated mature/moderate.
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Aear/65/146/22

2 comments:

Alia Baroque said...

Thank you so much for the post, I checked the guestbook today after long. I hope you are as Me, a person that appreciates solitude seen as pure peace and richness, because sometimes loneliness can be even stronger in a crowded room than in a afar away isolated outpost.
Wish you an infinite number of beautiful travels to come and thanks again,
Alia

S0phia Inkpen said...

Hi Alia,

there is no worse loneliness than that which strikes you in the middle of a crowd... I know exactly what you mean. I have never feared solitude, I even welcome it. The simplicity of your sims, their profound beauty, fill me with contentment and deep happiness.

S0phia