Oubliette is simply breathtaking and reduces me to say quite simply:  do visit Oubliette this winter.  Visit early and visit often.  Aside from the great shops there, the sim itself is just gorgeous.  Really best experienced firsthand, particularly if you’re in the mood for a spectacular old world winter wonderland.  As Shenlei has said of the artistry of Saiyge Lotus, “She builds with great love.”  Saiyge really does, as do all the artists of Oubliette.  And all of us so love that they all do.   Here are a few images, although I confess that I took several…it was almost Burning Life level bad in terms of not being able to stop taking pictures (the other images not in this entry I’ll post to flickr).  The vast majority of this small sample of images is straight out of the camera and uses various environment presets.

Oubliette Winter 2009
Winter in Oubliette
Christmas in Oubliette
Christmas in Oubliette
Magical winter in Oubliette

I added a touch of glow to this image (below), although it hardly needed it.  (I tried the glow tool while experimenting with GIMP.)  The brightness in the sky, upper lefthand corner is wonderful aurora borealis that gently morphs colors.

Oubliette's Winter Wonderland

As someone who sketches, I couldn’t help but be drawn to this wonderful build of an ice portrait.  The photo really doesn’t do it justice.  It’s gorgeous, with a mystical energy, and it’s very large…but so perfect in terms of presence, size, and scale as this dreamer emerges from the side of an ice mountain.

Grand ice portrait in Oubliette
Winter Fairy Queen in Oubliette, Evie's Saiyge gown, Saiyge's jewelry

I felt very much like a Winter Fairy Queen in Oubliette (photo above)…especially while wearing the gorgeous and appropriately named Saiyge gown from Evie’s Closet, and also wearing Saiyge’s twig necklace with iced leaflet crown.  Both shops are in Oubliette.  As is a truly magical winter wonderland that is the entire sim.  Do visit and immerse in the Spirit of the Season.

Published by Michele Hyacinth

A child in the wild blue yonder...full blooded woman with the power just to be. ~ John Haitt

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