Furillen is a sim I’ve visited before, but it is constantly being reinvented. One constant, however, is that it’s always an amazing place to take photographs, and this iteration is no exception.
It is a wintery, bleak landscape, but it is easy to lose yourself in the grandeur of the scenery. These trees seem to touch the sky as you stand underneath.
There are a lot of places to sit and reflect in Furillen, including this eclectic collection of chairs near the edge of the water. I can almost smell the salt on the air and feel the spray on my face.
This seemingly abandoned caravan looks so lonely underneath the bare branches of the tree, yet somehow also welcoming.
I’m always fascinated by which pieces of ‘real life’ make it into sim design. These utility poles are a great example of things that add realism to the sim – things we see every day, but don’t even think about anymore.
Judging by the multitude of pics I’ve seen on Flickr, many other SL’ers find Furillen as fascinating as I did.
When taking photos, I often spend quite a bit of time playing around with windlights. Not so here. The region windlight seemed perfect for the sim, and I couldn’t find anything I thought looked better.
So if you’re ready to spend a bit of time wandering in the cold and snow, make sure to add Furillen to your travel list.