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The Kawaii Project runs from November 10th till December 15th. There are an incredible amount of adorable creations, a few of which I am featuring on my blog today. [read more...]



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I will continue this week part 2 of my project forest, fairy tale and fog. Why? On the one hand, because I like the topic. On the other hand, because I sought the protection against wind and rain in the forest tomorrow at my long-distance course. And again enjoyed this fantastic peace and atmosphere. So these long training runs are a real pleasure!

Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.

Roy T. Bennett


Wisdom is knowing I am nothing, love is knowing I am everything, and between the two my life moves.

Nisargadatta Maharaj


As subtle as it appears, being thankful is in fact an utterly invincible attitude that has enough muscle to handily uproot the most negative attitudes that we can conjure up. And I would think that we would be thankful that we can actually have that much power working against all our negativity.

Craig D. Lounsbrough


Thank you for your kind visit. Have a wonderful and beautiful day! ❤️❤️❤️

A Thanksgiving Project: If there is one thing I feel this world needs more of, it is kindness. For this project, people will submit a short note for someone and write why they are thankful for them. Each submission will appear as their own page in a book that will be published online on issuu. This is open for anyone to participate in.


If you are interested in participating, click here.

The Blog.


© Copyright. Eggii 2016. All rights reserved.

photo by - Countess Bailey

SL models - CB & CC

mx - CountChanel


'our world is truly dazzling... our first project together.'

Project Bluebird.


This is one of several photographs of Eastern Bluebirds that I took in my yard to use a reference for practicing my drawing and painting skills.


2021_03_16_EOS 7D Mark II_7607-Edit_V1

Saturday, April 10 2021

at Young Hearts Park


1:15 pm SLT

Project PassCode (PREMIERE!)


2:00 pm SLT

Project Babymetal

Project Flickr


Wasn't it nice that my new neighbors decided to replace their drive way when I needed a big and bold picture?

Credits & info @

Oh and... skin worn in photo can be grabbed for free, details on it in the blog post ❤

Project Hudson/Buick I'm hoping....along River Road near the old Savanna Army Depot....

Are these pilots trying to tell me I missed project X in the sky?


Explore no.457

Good News!! Our Public Studio Sim is now OPEN!


A place for you to get creative!

Backdrops and Poses all for your use! so lets get snapping :D


Also! All the pose's and props you can edit. (right click - Edit - move)

This way you can get the perfect shot :P


Group will be open and free for the next two weeks ending 5th Oct 2020! So hurry down and join our inworld group ♥ cant wait to see you all! xox


Emma (Project flash)

The 100 Bicycles project: 100 different bicycles photographed in detail. This is bicycle number 16#

[Project 365]201-365

The Neverfar Project specializes in bringing our signature shabby vintage style to your space. With our meticulous attention to detail and only the best in Second Life decor and landscaping items, we'll bring your dream to life from a single room to a full sim.


To get a feel for our style, please come visit us at Neverfar:


All landscaping and decors are done by Caridee Sparta


If you have any questions or need any more information, please contact Rainbow Mubble via notecard or flickrmail.

Eeeee! Kawaii project opens tonight at 12 am SLT August 4th. So many talented creators and their items in this round!!!


Cant wait to see you there~


The bunneh beret comes with a HUD to change textures.

Ears, bow and beret have 10 different textures to mix and match.


Included is a beret with no bunny features!! Thanks guys


Click here for a taxi to Kawaii Project!


Click here for a taxi to Stoic!

- In-Game PhotoMode

- Dev Camera Mode

- ReShade

Socially distanced queue waiting outside Project Coffee for their morning cuppa - at the moment we can only order from the doorway, not go inside during Covid restrictions, so this is a regular site (latest restrictions about to ease down a little this coming week here, thankfully, let's hope we don't need to go back to them again)

Veröffentlicht mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Eden Projects.

Das Eden Project entstand nach einer Idee des englischen Archäologen und Gartenliebhabers Tim Smit in einer stillgelegten Kaolingrube nahe St Austell. Von der Idee im Jahr 1995 bis zur Eröffnung der Anlage am 17. März 2001 dauerte es sechs Jahre. Charakterisiert wird der Garten durch die zwei riesigen Gewächshäuser, die aus jeweils vier miteinander verschnittenen geodätischen Kuppeln in der Bauweise von Richard Buckminster Fuller bestehen. Hier werden verschiedene Vegetationszonen simuliert. Die Gewächshäuser des Eden Projects sind derzeit die größten der Welt.


Die Entwürfe für die geodätischen Kuppeln stammen vom britischen Architekturbüro Nicholas Grimshaw, die Tragwerksplanung von Anthony Hunt, ihre Ausführung erfolgte durch die Würzburger Firma Mero. Gedeckt sind die mehrfach miteinander verschnittenen Kuppeln mit doppelwandigen Kissen aus ETFE, einem besonders leichten, transparenten Kunststoff. Die Folienkissen wurden in eine Konstruktion aus standardisierten, sechs- und fünfeckigen Stahlrohrrahmenelementen (Raumfachwerk) eingepasst. Die Raumfachwerkkonstruktionen überdecken stützenfrei eine Fläche von insgesamt 23.000 m² (Oberfläche etwa 30.000 m²) und haben eine Höhe von bis zu 50 m bei einem Durchmesser von bis zu 125 m.





The project was conceived by Tim Smit and designed by architect Nicholas Grimshaw and engineering firm Anthony Hunt and Associates (now part of Sinclair Knight Merz). Davis Langdon carried out the project management, Sir Robert McAlpine and Alfred McAlpine[4] did the construction, MERO designed and built the biomes, and Arup was the services engineer, economic consultant, environmental engineer and transportation engineer. Land use consultants led the masterplan and landscape design. The project took 2½ years to construct and opened to the public on 17 March 2001.


The Tropical Biome, covers 1.56 ha (3.9 acres) and measures 55 m (180 ft) high, 100 m (328 ft) wide, and 200 m (656 ft) long. It is used for tropical plants, such as fruiting banana plants, coffee, rubber and giant bamboo, and is kept at a tropical temperature and moisture level.

The Tropical Biome


The Mediterranean Biome covers 0.654 ha (1.6 acres) and measures 35 m (115 ft) high, 65 m (213 ft) wide, and 135 m (443 ft) long. It houses familiar warm temperate and arid plants such as olives and grape vines and various sculptures.


The Outdoor Gardens represent the temperate regions of the world with plants such as tea, lavender, hops, hemp and sunflowers, as well as local plant species.


The covered biomes are constructed from a tubular steel (hex-tri-hex) with mostly hexagonal external cladding panels made from the thermoplastic ETFE. Glass was avoided due to its weight and potential dangers. The cladding panels themselves are created from several layers of thin UV-transparent ETFE film, which are sealed around their perimeter and inflated to create a large cushion. The resulting cushion acts as a thermal blanket to the structure. The ETFE material is resistant to most stains, which simply wash off in the rain. If required, cleaning can be performed by abseilers. Although the ETFE is susceptible to punctures, these can be easily fixed with ETFE tape. The structure is completely self-supporting, with no internal supports, and takes the form of a geodesic structure. The panels vary in size up to 9 m (29.5 ft) across, with the largest at the top of the structure.


The ETFE technology was supplied and installed by the firm Vector Foiltec, which is also responsible for ongoing maintenance of the cladding. The steel spaceframe and cladding package (with Vector Foiltec as ETFE subcontractor) was designed, supplied and installed by MERO (UK) PLC, who also jointly developed the overall scheme geometry with the architect, Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners.


The entire build project was managed by McAlpine Joint Venture.


source: www.//


Veröffentlicht mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Eden Projects.

Projecting modern German history against the Marie Elisabeth Lueders Haus, Berlin.

Terraform this barren planet

Frozen at the core (wasting away endlessly)

Reviving and awaking

Something worth fighting for (awakening)

Alive and starting to breathe

Collide with eternity

The light glowing underneath

Ignite a cleansing fire


When the ashes start to fade

Synthetics will replicate

From the fabric of time and space

Elements forged and replaced


Reality Starts to Fade


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Skopje 2014 (Macedonian: Скопје 2014) is a project financed by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, with the main ideology being based on that of the ruling party VMRO-DPMNE, with the purpose of giving the capital Skopje a more classical appeal by the year 2014. The project, officially announced in 2010, consists mainly of the construction of museums and government buildings, as well as the erection of monuments depicting historical figures from the region of Macedonia. Around 20 buildings and over 40 monuments are planned to be constructed as part of the project.


The project has been criticized for constructing nationalistic historicist kitsch. Skopje 2014 has also generated controversy for its cost, for which estimates range from 80 to 500 million euros.


What you see here is The Museum of the Macedonian Struggle. The Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Statehood and Independence − Museum of VMRO and Museum of the Victims of the Communist Regime exhibits the strive for an independent Macedonian nation from the Ottoman Empire and later Yugoslavia. It is divided into 16 departments and includes over 100 wax figures of historical individuals. The museum lies on the eastern bank of the Vardar River just northwest of the Museum of Archaeology, opposite Macedonia Square. Construction began in June 2008 and it formally opened on September 10, 2011. The total cost of the museum, which covers 2,500 m2 (26,909.8 ft2), was roughly 10 million euros.


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I wasn't sure I was going to get a photo for this week however I went out with a cup of coffee and was greeted with some mallards in the lake

slow moving people over a long period of time (project # 9 ) /without using any graphics program/

Intentional Camera Movement - ICM

It seemed appropriate that strands of wool should act as a bookmark for my knitting project book.

My gorgeous friend Victoriah Oriel Vice.

Besides a puzzle I'm doing up stairs to occupy my time I found two old bowling balls from friends that didn't use them anymore and I'm covering them with round transparent glass mosaic gems. When done I will have to go to hobby lobby in the spring and buy a stand and you put them in the back yard or garden.



Couple 127 (inc prop)





Hair: Sintiklia

Hair Paloma Bento



Rings+Bangles:V/. VoluptasVirtualis

[Lali] - {ALL LINKED}

V/. VoluptasVirtualis


MakeUp: .ARISE.

Josy Lipstick (naturals)

.ARISE. for limit8sl



Corset [06] - [Lace]

[I<3F] for FrouFrou

Keke Dot Projector in Gold or Silver for 75 L - in store until Monday!



Non ricordo cosa fosse, ma pare una bicicletta, quindi....


The 100 Bicycles project: 100 differenti biciclette fotografate in dettaglio. Questa è la numero #29.


The 100 Bicycles project: 100 different bicycles photographed in detail. This is bicycle number #29.

To learn more about this project see the 100bicycles group.

I have now been on flickr for one year!!!!

So here are my 366 photos of 2008 (it was a leap year!)


I decided at the beginning of 2008 that I would take a photo a day.

So I bought myself my wonderful Canon Elph SD 750. I can carry it in my pocket.


I like to find my photos within my reach, on my walks in the morning or where ever I may be. I do not go out of my way or go special places to take my photos. They are what I see, everyday. The gifts of the day.


I Thank all of my FLICKR FRIENDS! For your comments and support and most importantly your wonderful photos and inspiration.


[Renn]_N-17002 skin applier (6DOO) @ Project Se7en


Event Open 30th March


Replaced bellows on the Wista 45N field camera. The original didn't leak but looked like it was ready to turn to dust at any moment. I thought replacement was the better part of valor.


If you are interested in doing it, let me know. I can give you a few pointers and save you some heartburn.


Project No 2 was... less successful. More on that next.

Hey everyone long time since I chatted here anyway I haven’t been

Active lately in flickr coz I’m like a busy bee so I just wanted to

Come up with something on my mood a small project called “ YOU “ project

It’s the NOTE week .. so let's get started


The Details: Ephemeral Skye


“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”

― Ansel Adams

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