Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns – The 9 Art Planets

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I’m back on track with the Weekly Photo Challenge after missing out last week. When I saw the prompt, “Patterns”, I knew there was a multitude of choices in Second Life for this theme. I went to my standby, the Destination Guide, and I wasn’t disappointed.

I was immediately drawn to The Nine Art Planets, which is described as ” an art installation to give visitors nine different emotional feelings, reflected through subconscious minds. Inspired by a variety of immersive artists, this is one installation you don’t want to miss.” It is a riot of colour, sound, and experience.

The patterns are mesmerizing, the music is primal, and the entire experience is a bit surreal. You will receive a HUD on arrival – wear it, and click to the various areas of the installations. You won’t be disappointed.

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For those of you unfamiliar with LEA, it’s the Linden Endowment for the Arts. You can read more by checking out the link on the Second Life Wiki page for LEA. It’s well worth checking out more of the installations. I’ll try to add more visits soon.

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You can check out more of the Weekly Photo Challenge entries by clicking this link and going to the comments section.

If you happen to click on one of my photos, you’ll notice it takes you to my Flickr page. I’ve lost my Add Media button on my post editor, so rather than spend more time trying to figure out how to get it back, I’ve just added the photos to Flickr. Fixed!

13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns – The 9 Art Planets

  1. Lily Mugford May 13, 2013 / 3:22 am

    What a fascinating place, so colourful, so other-worldly….

    • peepsideshow May 13, 2013 / 8:20 am

      It really is. There are so many creative people in Second Life. I’m happy they share their gifts with us 🙂

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