When I take the photos and write my blog posts, I go about it as if no one will see it. I’m not doing any of to be noticed or become Second Life famous if there is such a thing, I just enjoy the whole process that is blogging. So, when random people instant message me saying hello, and various other forms of greetings, I’m always baffled how they picked me to talk to. When I ask why they’re talking to me, the answer is ‘your blog’ or ‘flickr page’, it’s then that I realize that people do read and view my pictures and blog posts. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised since I do get views on both. 🙂 I don’t mind it really, I’m Canadian so I’m usually fairly polite, but I find it odd when the person is insulted that I won’t friend them or meet them somewhere. By declining the invitations I’m not doing it to be mean, but I just don’t friend random people, or accept invites anywhere if I don’t know them. I’d like to think that I don’t have to be on a friends list for someone to find me to talk to, if they really want to talk to me I can be found. So on that note, thank you for viewing and reading, I’m very thankful to have such great followers, and if you’d like to chat with me, at least try to be a little bit original! 😀
And now back to our regularly scheduled programming! First up is the pose! I have to admit that I’m addicted to poses! If I see a pose stand somewhere to try out, I’m on it. A pose plays a vital part of Second Life photography, so picking one that’s appropriate to the mood and feel of the pic is important. This is a pose from the ‘Amy’ set of poses from Imitation, and it’s a simple pose, but the little nuances make it natural, relaxed, and real. You can find the ‘Amy’ set of poses at the Imitation main store and on Market Place.
Next up is the ‘Cherry Blossom’ tattoo from Avada. I love the placement of this tattoo, and the soft colouring and falling petals are perfect. It comes in two tones, fresh and faded, and is compatible with the Maitreya, SLink, Belleza, TMP, and Omega enabled mesh bodies. Remember that Avada was formerly Sinful Curves Skins, so you can expect quality and proven great customer service. As always, I’m wearing the ‘Luna’ skin in ‘peche’ tone, also from Avada, on the Lilo bento mesh head from Catwa and the Lara mesh body from Maitreya.
I love this frilly and feminine swimsuit from NX-Nardcotix. The ‘Daisy Bikini’ has a thong bottom and a pretty bra to accentuate all the assets a woman has. I love my curves. 😀 It comes fitted for the Maitreya, SLink, and Belleza mesh bodies and comes in eleven colours or in a full pack.
The ‘MAYU’ hair from Argrace creates a nice breeze, wherever you may be. It contains a mirror version, also.
The ‘windows to my soul’ are one of the ten options in the ‘Nissa Eyes’ from Zombie Suicide.