Simple takes a YavaScript pod tour: Satori South Tour

Simple Wunderlich / The Lythria Zoo of All Things ...

Sooner as expected, Simple took another of these wonderful YavaScript Pod Tours offered by Yavanna Llanfair (read more about this tours here). Not because I was too lazy to steer myself, but because according to my plans, I will not find time in the next weeks to make a visit to Satori, also called Maebaleia or the Japanese Continent. And because these tours are a great way to get a quick overall view, I just couldn’t resist …

So, at the small station on the beach of Yavanna Llanfair’s “Ger Y Lli – classical ballroom, YavaScript shop and gardens – SL’s oldest classical-only ballroom. Yavanna jewellery – finest detail, scripted. YavaScript shop – pod guided tour and other items. Mahjong, boat rides. Fantasy art; original artwork” at (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Basilisk/5/159/21/), I took the Satori South Tour with a stated duration of 1:02:53.

The Route follows in the first part the Coastal Waterway and…

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You Hurt Me (Blame)

Jill Joy Gallery

New Post from Forces of Nature Series

Nature is a powerful force, the currents of which we sometimes find moving in our lives, our bodies and our relationships. Who has never been at sea or felt the dawning of a new sun?

This work recognizes the beauty and power of nature internally within our psyches and externally in the world around us.It also recognizes that sometimes the people in our lives and the feelings we have for them can feel like a force of nature — just as magnificent and uncontrollable.

 

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The Path

Rock Mountain Photography

     There always seems to be obsticals in life to deal with. This deck path in Florida reminds of life. Walking down this path if you are not paying attention you will go thru. By being aware of things , you can take on the challenge prepared. Black and white images have always been my passion. I think they convey feelings rather just another bright tone. I remember sitting on my dads darkroom counter when i was a little kid and watching the prints make their journey thruogh the chemicals. I still have a lot of my dads darkroom equipment.  My daughters sat on my darkroom counter and sometimes opened up the door on me. My goal is to teach my kids black and white printing. It is and will always be the basis of photography. Recently, i set up my fifteenth darkroom. I have had darkrooms under stairs, in garages…

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Along the St. Lawrence River

The Optimism of Color

Local color during a tour of the Gaspe region of Quebec, Canada.

About the Optimism of Color Blog

For 365 days, I am posting a photo or piece of art that I have created that reflects what I call the Optimism of Color. Through vibrant colors and bold visceral forms, these works shout out my joy at being alive, and my good fortune at being able to continue to make art after a near death experience.

Each of the images I post brings a smile to my face. I hope they bring you similar joy and laughter through the Optimism of Color.

All photos © Linda Joyce Ott, 2012
Links may be used provided that credit is given to optimismofcolor.com.

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