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Experience the ~ Seasons of Life~ by John(johannes1977) 

This post originated @ Windlight Magazine.

John:

Great review of my LEA build, “Seasons of Life” by Owl Dragonash:

Originally posted on Through Owl's eyes…:

~ Seasons of Life~ by John (johannes1977) @ Lea 4

Violin

John’s Seasons of Life build is a wonderful depiction of life cycles and seasons he has divided his plot into 4 seasons.

Once you view each the effects and ambience really add to the feel of the space.

Umbrellas

I first became aware of John’s art at SL12B his Dreaming away exhibit caught my attention!

Since then wow the man is everywhere.

Bird

I thought my sl was busy lol below is a small list of things John is part of.

Defiantly an Artist and Mover to watch!

John on Flicker

John’s web Folio

Co-Founder of Team Diabetes of Second Life-Coming Soon!

http://teamdiabetesofsl.org

Owner of Windlight Magazine & Windlight Gallery

http://windlightmagazine.com

Owner of Epic Chromatic Gallery

Seasons of Life featured in Lindearts blogspot

Scenes of war review @Epic Virtuality

Windlight an Art magazine opening review @ Living in a

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Make the World Go Away in Second Life

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John:

Honour McMillan reviews Baby’s Ear, a great photogenic location!

Originally posted on Honour's Post Menopausal View (of Second Life):

Babys Ear (adult)

Sometimes you want the real world to go away for a while, it can be very ugly. These thoughts, of course, reminded me of the song. For those who remember it, I haven’t linked to the Eddy Arnold version. Instead I went back to the original by the fabulous Timi Yuro. :)

Babys Ear (adult)

My escape route is inworld – a chance to play with the camera. I got lucky today and discovered that Neva Crystall’s new home sim is open to us (I thought I’d missed it after seeing Inara’s post, but something obviously changed).

Babys Ear (adult)

Neva has a welcoming message for us: Welcome to Neva’s Baby’s Ear, my home away from home. There are no fences nor ban lines throughout the sim, so let free your wanderlust and enjoy your stay.

Also, for those convinced that everything labelled…

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Streaming Second Life to Youtube and why I’d like LL to add it as a feature

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John:

Great article from Jo Yardley on streaming Second Life via Youtube:

Originally posted on Jo Yardley's Second Life:

Streaming games to Youtube is big business.

People all over the world broadcast their game playing online and some make a pretty good living out of it.
Millions of viewers enjoy seeing someone else play a game and in many cases it can entice them into buying the actual game, so game publishers are very happy with all this free advertising.

Game videos have now gotten so big that Youtube now has its special gaming channel.

Second Life also gets a lot of attention on Youtube as well but unfortunately most of these videos are far from good publicity for our virtual world.

Some are meant well but completely alienating to most outsiders (try and explain having a baby in virtual reality) and others just enjoy using Second Life to annoy and harass others and create grieving videos.
The latter apparently being very funny to a huge audience as those seem…

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Longing and Grief in Second Life

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John:

Inara covers the latest exhibit at The Dathuil Gallery:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Faces of Longing and Grief - Dathúil gallery Faces of Longing and Grief – Dathúil Gallery

Opening on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at Dathúil Gallery, owned by Max Butoh and curated by Lυcy (LucyDiam0nd), is a new exhibition by Maloe Vansant, entitled Faces of Longing and Grief.

As the title suggests, this is a series of studies of the human face – mostly female (Maloe herself, I believe), although Maloe’s partner, Burk Bode, is also featured – in which the focus is very much on the emotions either displayed within the subject’s expression, or conveyed by the pose itself.

Faces of Longing and Grief - Dathúil gallery Faces of Longing and Grief – Dathúil Gallery

Maloe uses quotes to describe the exhibit, of which a short extract from Barnacle Love, by Canadian novelist Anthony De Sa is perhaps the most informative:

The Portuguese call it saudade: a longing for something so indefinite as to be indefinable. Love affairs, miseries of life, the way…

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A farewell to Forgotten City in Second Life

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John:

Inara reviews The Forgotten City, see it before it goes:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Forgotten City; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrForgotten City August 2015 (Flickr)

Ciaran Laval was perhaps the first blogger to bring word that Forgotten City, the marvellous mechanoid town, largely the brainchild of Jenne Dibou and Mandy Marseille, would be closing in September 2015.

His article, which also contains a link to Mandy’s SL Universe forum post announcing the news and which includes some of the fascinating history behind the region’s development, was followed by numerous other posts about the region and its closure. As such, I decided to hold off a while and pay a further visit in farewell once I had a little time available to put together a video on the region as (hopefully) a reminder to all of this utterly enchanting build, which I last wrote about in June 2013 (a further visit in 2014 sadly didn’t make it into these pages).

Forgotten City; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrForgotten City August 2015 (Flickr)

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Anger & Depression Result in Second Life Art

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ZZ covers Anger & Depression and how these components worked together to create something unique in Second Life:

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Santaurio’s summer draws to a close in Second Life

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John:

Inara covers the region Santaurios, which is very photogenic and scheduled to close soon!

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Santaurio, Cala del Barronal; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrSantaurio, Cala del Barronal August 2015 (Flickr)

It was only supposed to be a summer 2014 setting, but Santaurio, Jac and Romy Mornington’s idyllic and mysterious island (originally sub-titled “The Lost Island”, in a nod to a certain television series), has endured for well over a year.

However, Jac and Romy have now announced that the region will finally be closing in a week or so, as they feel it is time move on to a new project. So, if you haven’t visited Santaurio so far, or haven’t been back in a while, now is the time to don your hiking boots, grab a hip flask of water and set out to do so, as the region is gain open to all for a land visit – no group membership required.

Santaurio, Cala del Barronal; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrSantaurio, Cala del Barronal August 2015 (Flickr)

There have been a few changes since…

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Art in Hats set to return to Second Life

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John:

Inara covers the return of Art in Hats:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

AinHArt in Hats will be returning to Second Life in November 2015, this year supporting the inaugural Team Diabetes of Second Life season in support of the American Diabetes Association.

Found in 2013 by Quan Lavender, the initial event offered a means for SL couture designers and artists to present images of hats as statement of art, each with a story to tell.

In 2014, the event saw over 100 hats and their paired images displayed by designers and photographers, with donations made during the event (including a silent auction) going to support the work of Feed A Smile.

For 2015, the Art In Hats even will take place between November 4th and 14th, 2015 inclusive, with Emma Portilo taking on the lead as Top Hat Coordinator, supported by Chloe Seljan and Events Coordinator (particularly for European time zone events), and designer Kimmera Madison a Coordinator and builder, and…

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Le Avaline Village in Second Life

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John:

Great review of this very scenic location from Inara:

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:

Le Avaline Village; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrLe Avaline Village August 2015 (Flickr)

Le Avaline Village is a full sim residential / photographic region designed by Shyne Autumn Meadow (Shyne Button) which seems to blend together a number of influences to produce and interesting rural / coastal environment with just a tiny hint of an urban centre.

Cam out over the water a little from the landing point, looking towards the  group of brick shops and their terraced courtyard, and you might catch a hint of Amsterdam or Rotterdam, the buildings and water suggesting a canal front scene. But walk a short distance way and you’re in altogether more rural and more rugged terrain, the landscape broken up by water which doesn’t quite do enough to create any individual islands, and which is easily crossed by bridges here and there.

Le Avaline Village; Inara Pey, August 2015, on FlickrLe Avaline Village August 2015 (Flickr)

Much of this landscape is elevated  –…

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Official Press Release of the formation of Team Diabetes of Second Life

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John:

Windlight Magazine is proud to be the first media partner and sponsor of an art show thats coming later this Fall, in support of Team Diabetes of Second Life! Read about this new Second Life charity below, which raises funds in support of the American Diabetes Association:

Originally posted on Team Diabetes of Second Life:

TEAM DIABETESFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Formation of Team Diabetes of Second Life

Website:www.teamdiabetesofsl.org

In World Location: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Plush%20Non%20Profit%20Commons/221/30/26/

We are pleased to announce the formation of Team Diabetes of Second Life! Team Diabetes of Second Life is an official and authorized team of The American Diabetes Association. The mission of Team Diabetes of Second Life is to raise awareness, tolerance, and funds for diabetes in the virtual world of Second Life.

According to the World Health Organization, in 2014, diabetes was estimated to be among 9% of all adults (18 and up) worldwide and by 2030, diabetes will be the 7th leading cause of death.

Team Diabetes of Second Life was founded by Jessii2009 Warrhol and Johannes1977 Resident. The organization will function in the form of an advisory board, with a coordinator leading the Team Diabetes of Second Life effort. The 2015 Team Diabetes of Second Life Coordinator is Jessii2009 Warrhol and…

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