365 days of SL, day 217:
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OK, so I didn't really go anywhere last night after all. However, I did end up poking around Black Gazza for a while in the end, looking for something interesting to take a picture of, and I came across this curious field of fog again.
I say "again" because I've encountered it (and wondered about it) before, although it's not been featured in this project yet. I'm not sure what it's purpose is, although I like the effect: it makes everything look like a cool, foggy morning in March, with dew covering the newly-sprouting leaves and the birds just starting to
cause an annoying racket chirp.
In any case, I hope I'll have an opportunity to explore again this night, at least; I'd like to, but I'm often both tired and busy/stressed in the evenings, which isn't a good combination. I think I should work on changing that, not just for the sake of this project but also my own.
Location: Black Gazza (215, 63, 22) (A-9)
Alas, I often have to go and actively search for something, since otherwise my evenings regularly consist of little more than standing/sitting around and talking, especially now that most of the places I frequent that I could show off towards the beginning of the project have been shown. There's not a lot of low-hanging fruits anymore, and I've also gotten less inclined to reach for the higher-hanging ones.