Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Devin Level 2 - The Jungle

DEVIN 1 & 2
YOUR DESTINATION - YOUR DREAM


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Devin/57/158/2482
FLICKR GROUP : https://www.flickr.com/groups/3140667@N21/

Part 1 - Devin 2
Welcome to the Jungle

     Today I decided to visit level two of a sim call Devin.  This Sim offers you a jungle adventure that makes you feel like you have just dropped into the middle of an African safari.  The moment you land at the landing point you are surrounded with an arrangement of wild life standing near the drinking pool that is so life like you can't help but want to take pictures.
     The sim, owned by Roy Mildor, Ally Daysleeper and Alienmaus Allen, is huge, so definitely make sure you arrive with a little bit of time on your hands because I can almost guarantee you will be inspired.  I of course had to change into some safari gear and begin taking pictures, not knowing what to snap first I took pictures of everything!  The sim does offer some poses and sitting areas but I do suggest bringing some of your own and simply using the amazing back drop to capture some stunning images.

    






     There is a vast array of wild life and the makers did so amazingly well at keeping it true to the area when it would have been so easy just to throw in any animal here and there.  You truly feel from the moment you arrive that you've arrived in Africa.  The miles of sand, little areas of dried grass, dust storms and so forth all beautifully add to the feel.  I did go in search of monkey's though and beside one little one at the landing point was unable to find any, that's my only suggestion to add to the sim.
     There are objects all over the place from chairs to camping sights with cute couple poses, as well as areas to dance.  Definitely a romantic adventure for couples looking for pictures or simply to have some quiet time alone.  To all my photographer friends this is a Definite recommend.





      I encourage you all to visit and easily give this 2nd Level of Devin a 5 out of 5.  Make sure to donate so we can keep amazing places like this open, and don't forget to show those pictures on their flickr group featured above.









    


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