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A few of the photos I've taken over the past few days (This is just a small selection! lol)  

I've been just wandering around and I came across some sea lions on Yuge. They're cute and make noises too! 

Some friends and I took a boat trip to Hermit Crab Island today ♥ 

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@Zoya McDonnagh I kept seeing your name on the Nearby list when we were tooling around, I will message you next time I see you if you'd like to come along! My display name inworld is Shiloh Selene-Goldlust 😊

11 hours ago, Barbie Glas said:

Some friends and I took a boat trip to Hermit Crab Island today ♥ 

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4 hours ago, Barbie Glas said:

I was just at the airstrip and there were about 10 people there roleplaying a scene in voice and it was awesome! I didn't snap a pic because I didn't want to be all stalkery. 😁

Rules for photography say you are allowed in the public spaces:

For Mainland or Linden Homes parcels where Linden Lab is the estate owner, you do not need land owner consent to take snapshots, but you do need special permission from the land owner to capture machinima. The “land owner” is not the estate owner, but the Resident identified as the land owner in the “General” tab under “About Land.” For private islands where Residents are estate owners, you must check the covenant for the private island as provided above.

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Snapshot_and_machinima_policy

I would, however, not go close up on them, but zoom out a bit so they are a part of the scenery, not the main focus.

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I made an underwater scene in my alt's boat, and was photobombed by the shark!

He is mostly friendly, a bit curious. If you will come and visit, please do. It is a badeball with a free swim HUD from Herk's Lab there. The waterscooter rezzer should work for all.  Protected Land, Evallen (192, 244, 22) - Moderate

Lands you on the sand next to it.

Let me know if it doesn't. The doors is closed, but cam in as much as you like.

Look at the bottom of the picture, it looks like a finger pointing up. It's the tip of a coral with underwater poses. :)

 

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I took my scuba gear further out.

I found a place where it was some stones and rocks on the bottom. It is not deep water. My fins almost touch the bottom, and I am not very tall.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Abiatti/39/186/18

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It is perfect places for pictures all over. I wish we could have a group, made by LL, that allowed us to rez poseballs. This one is here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Gazaway/113/9/22

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17 minutes ago, RacyAcey said:

Where do you get the bike with the flowers?  What store?

That was a collaboration between dust bunny and Consignment. You can probably get it at either store, though the L$50 offer was last Friday and I would imagine it's full price by now. Worth it, though, because it's totally cute and it does ride well.

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49 minutes ago, RacyAcey said:

Where do you get the bike with the flowers?  What store?

As of this moment, the bike is still 50L at the Consignment store.

I just went and grabbed it myself. It'll be right behind you when you land.

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13 minutes ago, s2Pandora said:

As of this moment, the bike is still 50L at the Consignment store.

I just went and grabbed it myself. It'll be right behind you when you land.

Sigh, I already had a great flower bike. Because of you I went to pick this one up :)

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I was inspired by a rumor that there is a sunken ship in the waters of Hibiki, so I went exploring again.  I started near the lighthouse in Kuge, then swam through Hibiki, up to  to Coral Waters and around Dogbone Island to watch the planes take off.  As far as I can tell, there's no sunken ship in that stretch of the sea floor, although there's a lot of other debris.  It's a pleasant swim, well worth the hour or so to do it right. If there's a sunken ship somewhere, I'll find it.  But that's another night.

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17 minutes ago, Rolig Loon said:

I was inspired by a rumor that there is a sunken ship in the waters of Hibiki, so I went exploring again.  I started near the lighthouse in Kuge, then swam through Hibiki, up to  to Coral Waters and around Dogbone Island to watch the planes take off.  As far as I can tell, there's no sunken ship in that stretch of the sea floor, although there's a lot of other debris.  It's a pleasant swam, well worth the hour or so to do it right. If there's a sunken ship somewhere, I'll find it.  But that's another night.

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Wow we totally missed each other out there! I had to head back to my house because I messed up my setting trying to get a good "launch out of the water and dive back in" picture that I was lagging badly.

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Exploring is IMHO best done walking, horse riding or bicycling slow and use the pathways you find around. In the picture above I drove from Emerson Lake to Rourke, the bus stop/turn area, you pass one road and continue down the path - the whole bicycling tour was from north-east to north-west of Bellisseria, following the roads most near the shore/ocean.

Most places you are able to move between houses without problem and thanks to all the people around Bellisseria, who keep it a true open community.

If you are like me - pack a picnic basket and a water bottle - as such a drive can take hours: Because I have to stop often and admire, what people made with their homes, decorated, used, on display.

And it is great way to meet people 👩👶👵🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️

 

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