One of the great benefits that came when I began my second blog was I discovered some new friends. Canary Beck, “Becky”, is a fine blogger, the owner of the KamaSutra Exotic Dance Club and one of the daring women who has accompanied me on some recent adventures. On our sea cruise on SS Galaxy, Becky went on her first inworld scuba dive and was an instant convert.
Far below the magical kingdom of KamaSutra is Becky’s scuba garden and home. I visited her about a month ago when I was shooting photos for the Home & Garden series and that photo shoot is the subject of this entry into the gallery.
|There is an above world at Becky’s home,
but this is the world she loves
and shares with her friends.
|The waters are pretty warm here,
and if you look closely you’ll see
a world of gorgeous little fish.
|Naturally, I headed right into that sunken wreck.
Yellow fish accompanied me, expecting for me to drown.
|Becky’s scuba garden is huge and
it’s the kind of place you and just relax
and float and let everything drift away.
|The most precious characters in the garden’s
cast are the most delicate creatures of the sea,
the sea horse.
Those who’ve never done scuba probably don’t quite get the fascination, and that’s understandable. And those who’ve never been to Second Life will probably have an even more difficult time understanding what the fascination is.
However, when someone who has never been scuba diving in Second Life does it one time, they get it immediately. The same was true about Gracee and Ellie that day we all went to the Sirens Isle. It is an immersive experience, one that you’ll want to do again and one you might even want to do in your own private undersea world.
It’s really pretty amazing to me that Becky thought this up, but it’s just one more of those surprises you discover when you visit your friend’s homes and gardens in Second Life.