Our new photography exhibit opening today features the work of LeonTubrok Beaumont, owner of =IcaruS=, highlighting Winter Scenes in RL and SL. High resolution digital files are available on request.
These images highlight an internationally famous lights festival held every autumn since September of 1879 in Blackpool, a seaside resort in the North West of England. Sunset on the beach builds anticipation for the impending light display. The tramway (one of the first in the world) runs along the promenade and features a fleet of brightly decorated trams in a variety of themes.
The Eden Project is a charity and social enterprise in Cornwall that provides a variety of social and environmental projects geared to transform the world through education and demonstration. The photographs show the biodomes, including the world’s largest greenhouse that contains thousands of the world’s plant species. Visiting tropical and Mediterranean environments in the deep of winter in the UK is a treat.
A Gothic cathedral found in Yorkshire, UK, York Minster is one of the grand cathedrals of the world and a destination for visitors from all across the globe. The site has housed a church there since AD 71. It evokes an eerie awe when viewed against the inky tapestry of a winter night.
These images depict rare scenes of natural beauty in deep snow on the public walks of the Greater Manchester area of Lancashire, UK.
In the Second Life component of Relay for Life which is held every year in July, hundreds of thousands of dollars (US) have been raised for the cause by participants hailing from 30 countries. Here we feature selections of images from the winter portion of the 2011 RFL of SL.
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When you visit the =IcaruS= Art Gallery in Avalon Town in Second Life, you will land just outside the main entrance. Simply walk through the open gate; the gallery entrance will be on your right. Afterward, we hope you’ll take a moment to note the Art Galleries of SL and rate us. We also have a b-places kiosk on the opposite side of the main entrance – we’d appreciate a vote as well. Enjoy!