Thought is the wind, knowledge the sail, and mankind the vessel – Augustus Hare

The Adventure Begins!

Welcome to Reylenne’s Adventure!

My passion for the “Arts and Entertainment” has been an ever-evolving journey of creating a moment and capturing the beauty that surrounds me. It is truly living in the moment.

I enjoy taking many types of photos in second life, but the photos here will primarily be ones from the sailing community.

I do hope you enjoy your visit and please feel free to leave comments.

Couple shots taken at the Nantucket Yacht Club (NYC) while watching ACA33 racing.  The ACA33 is one of the older boats in second life.

ACA 33 Racer Nantucket Yacht Club (NYC)

ACA 33 Racer Nantucket Yacht Club (NYC)

ACA 33 Racer Nantucket Yacht Club

ACA 33 Racer Nantucket Yacht Club



Despite the wishes of most avid photographers, the photographic image is not really finished at the moment of capture. Every image can benefit with some level of post processing, even if it is just a modest adjustment in white balance or contrast. Most people never realize the potential of a captured image because they stop…

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A very good article pertaining to negative space in photographic design.  So many get wrapped up into adding so many elements.  I like to call it, the need more syndrome.  As the article mentions, sometimes the most powerful design element is the power of nothing. Enjoy the article.

I have been experimenting with “negative space.” In photographic design, just like in music or in other visual arts, sometimes the most powerful design element is the power of nothing. We look at pictures and try to find familiar shapes and patterns, like recognizing someone’s face, a well-known landmark, or a personal object that only……

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Quite wonderful to be apart of Windlight Magazines Anniversary edition.  My submitted piece of work can be found on page 149, but there are so many other wonderful artist in the magazine.

I like to wish John and the rest of his amazing staff at Windlight continued success for many more years to come.


We are pleased to announce our Anniversary Issue!  At 294 pages, this is our largest issue yet! This issue features Bryn Oh, Indie Teepee Coordinator EvelynScarlett, alme Owner Chloelectra Resident, Swank Owner Adonis Lubomir, information about the 7th anniversary of metaLES, and a very special treat! As Windlight is about the arts, we have 50 images from our Windlight Artists, Contributors, and Artists in Residence. We also have images from our Edge Stylists as they showcase the latest summer fashion trends! Very special thank you to Jamison Burnstein for the cover image. Click the image below to view the issue:

Windlight Magazine-JULY 2016

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Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

It All Starts With A Smile; Inara Pey, June 2016, on FlickrIt All Starts With A Smile – click any image for full size

I’ve long enjoyed visiting It All Starts With A Smile, the photogenic Homestead region by Kaelyn Alecto and Maxx (Maxxster). I first dropped in far back in May 2013, and have since blogged about it several times in these pages. However, over the course of the last year, I’d actually lost track of the region, and so was delighted to receive news the latest iteration would be opening in mid-June, and made a point to put time aside to visit as soon as I could.

In this new design, It All Starts With A Smile has become a tropical paradise of five islands. Four of these are little more than idyllic stretches of sand rising out of the water, offering banyan shaded escape from the worries of the world; places where visitors can simply relax…

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For those of you who have been following me for some time know that I love editing photos. I’ve never been… The post Sometimes it is about more than the camera appeared first on LEANNE COLE.

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Adirondack-meets-elven style in this bridge over the Grasse River. The lights seem inviting; that’s probably appropriate, given that this is the bridge connecting SUNY Canton’s campus with the town proper. (I’ve explored the connection from another angle in the past.) Though the architectural style isn’t as apparent from this shot, I love the sense of […]

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