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Tuesday, September 22, 2009


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Thank you~Hamlet-san!
Elephant(Vooner-san's hunt gift,wearing prim)
is always in my pocket.

"Photographs" has to show "subject"
not show post-processing~~i guess:-)))


Yes, Nomos is something quite new, an exceptional thing to see. When I was there, I felt like not to be in Second Life any more, but in a new, developed version of SL.


It was a very very nice wll thought out build, but, frankly. I'm tired of yet another post apo. world. Seems thats the only types of builds that get done well.

Let try something really new once. Im not sure what but something different.

But back to Nomos, outstanding build and quailty an construction. Great textures and interesting places to get lost in. Problem is it may be to big. Cant find anyone on a typical sl day. Im starting to lean to smaller builds as a key to fun.

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