Dahlia Sweet’s Photography Adventures

I’ve mentioned Dahlia Sweet (aka Dahlia Jayaram) in the past when she landed at Yordie’s Zen Garden. She is an fascinating Second Life woman in part because of her amazing ballooning adventures across many of Second Life’s continents. If you haven’t visited her site before I recommend adding it to your list, but at a minimum I recommend you taking a look at her dazzling photographic collections on Issuu.com.

This is a screenshot of one of Dahlia’s books on Issuu.com

One of the things I appreciate about Dahlia’s work is that she doesn’t leave out some of the ugliness she comes across on her expeditions, specifically I am referring to all the junk that seems to clutter the sky at low altitudes literally everywhere on the mainlands. The clutter in the skies is an issue I believe could be eliminated if Linden Lab would spend some time focused on inworld community issues. No one gains by putting junk in the sky, it disrupts everyone’s view. Ooops, almost started a rant. /me smiles

About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life and Xbox. I'm also the author of The Temporal Expeditions sci-fi novel series.
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