Basilique in the Rain by Moos Hultcrantz

"Basilique in the Rain" by Moos Hultcrantz, used with permission. Click to enlarge.
“Basilique in the Rain” by Moos Hultcrantz, used with permission. Click to enlarge – it’s so worth it!

We’ve had a few terrific photographers visit the Basilique over the past few weeks and I wanted to share some of their outstanding work. The image above is by Moos Hultcrantz, and it features the Basilique Playhouse, the bar (a work in progress) and the new Pier. Moos has a remarkable Flickr collection of Second Life photographs; some of the best I’ve ever seen. He specialises in landscapes and does absolutely amazing work with environments.

The photograph below is a picture of my house on the northeast corner of the sim. If you’d like to visit and try your techniques at the Basilique, please feel free to visit and do so. All ground areas are open to everyone, so take some time and enjoy exploring! And please do let me know if you want to share a photo in the comments below. I’ll feature my favourites on this blog in posts to come – if you let me.

"Sunset" by Moos, used with permission.
“Sunset” by Moos Hultcrantz, used with permission. Click to enlarge – it’s so worth it!

 

3 thoughts on “Basilique in the Rain by Moos Hultcrantz

  1. Isn’t his work just so stunning? He made me buy a house from seeing it on one of his pics (and I have no land). Of Course I always tell him how could I NOT love him with a name like Moo-s. Sorry I missed the shindig, when I logged back in “boss” snagged me for a runway show. 😦 I hope next time I am in, Katy is walked, and the boss is fast asleep living in Italy ❤ ❤

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    1. Yeah, that’s a great word for it Cao… “stunning”. I showed these pictures to a good friend, one of my favourite portrait photographers the other day, whom’s work I really admire as well… and to say that he was humbled, would be a significant understatement. When I see images these kinds of images, it’s inspiring to believe that with a whole lot of practice and know-how, and not a small dose of talent, we too might be able to one day create something as good.

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