Picks of the Month : April
Are you an explorer looking for new places? Are you a photographer looking for new opportunities and inspiration? Or are you just someone who wants to have a great time? Well, then this is the right place for you!
Our “Picks of the Month” for April are out! Each month we pick out six outstanding places in SL – scenic sims which are suited to photography and exploration. Some of these places are brand new, while some of them have been around a while.
Rest assured, you will have a great time at each of these places. So take out your camera and go exploring!
This charming little space located above the Lights of Shara consists of a meadow surrounded by a winding creek and thickets of woods. Tulips, Crocus and Daffodils can be found in abundance all over. Around the glade, you will also find some cozy places for couples and some incredible opportunities for photography. This was built as a Spring escape and will be open for a limited time … so you better hurry!
The fourth iteration of the incredible region of Frogmore is now open for visitors. The region, consistent with its previous themes, draws inspiration from England’s Cornwall Coast. Fishing villages, moors, rocky beaches and much more can be seen at Frogmore. The opportunities for photography here are endless.
Love Valley has now come back with a brand new romantic Spring environment for couples. You will find plenty of spots here to cuddle with your loved one. Or you can just walk around, ride a horse and take some beautiful couple photographs. This region is also host to an extremely beautiful wedding venue.
The coastal island of Arranmore with its haunted manor and dark scenery is a region that has plenty to offer for photographers and explorers. Enjoy this scary landscape that is forever covered in fog and mist.
Butter is a rustic, seaside town that is paradise for explorers. One can never run out of things to do here. You can go camping, hiking, dancing or just refresh yourself at one of the spas. Photographers will not find a shortage of opportunities here as well.
Studland Bay is another beautiful region based on the English countryside. This region primarily consists of farms with some thickets of woods and houses interspersed throughout the region. A number of farm animals, farm equipment and barns can be found across this place. You can ride a horse-wagon that will take you on a trip around the region, or you can just walk and find your own way. Either way, you will have a memorable trip.
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