This morning I took a trip to the lovely Another Somewhere parcel. It takes up half of a homestead, but you would not know but looking as it is so well done and chalk full of items.
The parcel is done by Azriel Xue, and he has done a fantastic job. When I landed, I felt like I was on the west cost of Canada, where I live. There are heavily wooded and rustic area’s, islands, and open ocean space among many other things. It is a great place for bloggers, photographers, or just for people to hang out with friends or loved ones.
This morning I finally took a trip to Ivy Glad, now that I have some time to sit down and blog (phew! RL has been hectic!).
Ivy Glad is an open water sim with a lot of interesting aspects to it. You can get everything there, from cute to a bit haunting, overgrown forest around a building, a ship and more. I really like the way it is all put together. It is perfect for bloggers, as there are many scenes, and great for people that want to take pictures of sims. You can also just go there to take it all in.
I have a very pretty parcel to show you that will be opening up tomorrow, April 6th to the public. I was honored to be asked by the DWAT Team, who run the blog Done Wiv A Twist, to take some photo’s.
There is notecard given out when you go to the sim, and it reads:
“Done Wiv a Twist originated from our blog name that was originally created by Skyla and Saxxy in 2012. As time went on, we included another blogger (Avery) and has been an amazing edition to the blog. As our thank you for your continuing support of the blog, we have decided to create a cute and cozy place for you all to take pictures, hangout, or gain a piece of inspiration. We will be changing things around as seasons continue.”
You can also add any pictures you take at the sim to their flickr.
A few weeks ago I went to Piwnica pod Aniolami w Skirolawkach, but life got hectic, and I have not been able to post this lovely sim, until now!
It is a beautiful sim with rolling farmland, a pier, a mill, cemetery, mountains in the background, many different animals, and the list goes on. It is perfect for those more down home pictures, for people that love to take pictures of sims, or for anything you can think up. The sim is done by Gocha Merlin.
I went on a little adventure to Toru Enchanted Forest after taking a picture for my fashion blog there. It is wonderfully put together by Wayne NZ, and is based off New Zealand and Hobbits.
It is a densely forested sim with little hobbit homes dotting the landscape, a farm, paths wandering through lush forests, bridges going over ravines and beautiful wildlife. Every detail is in place, down to the lighting. It is also a very welcoming sim, saying in the description that the homes are also open to use for all manner of creatures.
This morning I went to Gates of Destiny, and instantly fell in love with it. For some reason, I am always drawn to either open water/artistic sims and darker themed sims.
Gates of Destiny has so much to take in, you could spend a couple of hours going through it all and looking at all the small details put into place. You can tell that a lot of thought and work went into it. Its great for bloggers and people that like to take pictures of sims as well.
My favorite parts of the sim are the usage of statues. They add so much.