Thursday, August 11, 2016

Second Life Travels: Fog Over Dawn of Radiance - Lemon Beach in Oil Pastels

Silvermoon Fairey's  Dawn of Radiance is to picture yourself in some memorable novel or movie set, or in some past memory - you may have find yourself having a sense of deja vu  when visiting.
The landscaping and vistas are particularly good, as is the natural and proportional landscaping. Silvermoon avoids the common trap of putting too many trees and other items out. This is a charming and photogenic region, and highly recommended for a visit. Make sure to bring your cameras as some gorgeous shots await professional and amateur photographers alike.

Your taxi:

 Alternative Photography:

To see how this destination looks in a clear light setting (Windlight Baskaholic) head over to Eddi Haskell's blog:

Photographic Information:

These oil pastels were originaly photographed in Windlight Sky Setting TOR Places -Babbage  processed using free Fotosketcher software in an oil pastel finish. To find out how I did this:

Links of interest:

See other blogs and photography covering Dawn of Radiance, Lemon Beach here:

You can see most recent coverage of  Dawn of Radiance from 2015 with links to other  posts here:

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