I can already hear a sigh of relieve from most of you guys, or maybe even a loudish \o/ YAY! \o/ … but sorry to disappoint you yet again; this bitch ain’t gonna stoppin’ that bloggin’ thang anytime soon. And The Last Forever ain’t about Orca’s state of mind or her giving up but it’s the name of a sim. A sim I visited after I saw photos of it on Loverdag’s photo blog.
Now is Ms. Loverdag a real artist with the camera, probably one of the bestest landscape photogs on the grid. Of course her photos make you wanna go to the places she photographed. And in the case of The Last Forever even more so. At least for me with my love of barren deserted non-landcapes. So after seeing Loverdag’s photos, next day I sure as hell went to The Last Forever myself in order to snoop around and snap some piccies. No, I’ll never come close to Loverdag’s artistry, even if I made many more photos than her. But then that wasn’t even my intention. I’m not competing with Loverdag here on an artistic level, I wanted to explore the place like a journo and make like “press photography”.
I hope you like it.
You know Orca doesn’t go out to visit sims very often. And when she does she’s often disappointed. But The Last Forever really got me. This is my sort of sim, my sort of town, my sort of landscaping. I browsed and sniffed around this sim very long, even logged in for a second visit. That’s why there were no blogs yesterday.
But make no mistake, That Last Forever is a not just a pretty sim but a shopping mall. Fortunately the few shops are far and between (some are located in the sky) and very nice too. The sim owner, Nodnol Jameson only mentioned them in the description:
Owned by Nodnol Jamesom so as to imagine and create unique and fun items for your SL lifestyle. Whether homes, decorative, or furnishings you will find 100% custom mesh creations to fit every taste.
‘There were five forms of governance that migrated from theory to reality in the 20th Century: Socialism, Communism, Fascism, Nazism and Progressivism. The common denominator among them was unprecedented control and regulation by the State over human activity. It is delusional to think that the Totalitarian impulse expired with the 20th Century.’ - E. Nuff Said