Freedom and Adventure

I enjoy a good action-adventure movie. My favorites are the ones in forests or out on the sea. I think it’s the element of danger but being safely disconnected. Here’s a couple of photos I shot recently, where I stood on the edge of adventure.

Yordie Sands on Street Dancer @ Billingsgate - SL New England - Second Life 2012

I know that many people enjoy being near the sea.
I’ve wondered what goes on in each person’s mind.
For me, the open seas mean freedom and adventure.

Excellent Adventure #4 - Story Telling in the Misty Mountains 2012 by Yordie Sands

That’s me at the fork in the road leading into the Misty Mountains.
Walking into the forest on a dark night is dangerous,
but in Second Life it’s even fun to get lost.

About Yordie

I'm a blogger and photographer on WordPress. I'm active on Twitter. I'm a U.S. Air Force veteran. I'm a gamer in Fallout series, Skyrim, and other games, including an avatar in Second Life. I wrote the sci-fi novel, The Temporal Expeditions.
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2 Responses to Freedom and Adventure

  1. Like you, Yordie, I love being out on the open water AND picking my way through a densely landscaped forest. Either way, no matter which focal point I have—whether distant or close—I relish the idea that I will discover some unique vision of the world.

    Whether it be the discovery of some tiny trinket or treasure hiding among the many things that initially conceal it from easy vision, or perhaps a simple, grand view from whatever corner I turn, I look forward to all the paths Second Life takes me because each one in itself is a new discovery—something like the anticipation and reward of unwrapping a personal gift received. =)


  2. riverpearl says:

    The Misty Mountains are a wonderful place to wander.


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