A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

I must admit when it comes to fashion blogs, I rarely read what’s written and really only get drawn into the post if the picture stands out to me. Therefore I always try my best to make my pics as clear and attractive to look at as possible because I know there are probably lots of people like me out there that only really notice the post if the pictures grab their attention.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

That’s why I thought the new Second Life Freeze Frame blog was a great idea. Basically it’s a place for people to share the process they went through to complete their image. My pictures are far from perfect, but I thought it would be neat to share what I normally do with my pictures. I really enjoyed reading what others have been doing as well and learned a lot. If you get a chance, I suggest you take a look.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

This is the picture that I submitted, and you can see the post about it on the Second Life Freeze Frame blog here. And yes I totally admit to peeking at the presents :P

Happy Holidays! <3

Credits:
Skin: L.Fauna {Lapine} preview [Snowflake] W/ bodysuit by Launa Fauna
Hair: >TRUTH< Avery – espresso by Truth Hawks
Jacket: *BOOM* Park Life Hoodie -Rust by Aranel Ah
Tights: Zaara : Nishar tights *dirty black* by Zaara Kohime
Boots: BAX Prestige Boots Brown Suede by Bax Coen
Poses: Long Awkward Pose by Dove Swanson

4 thoughts on “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

  1. Gabe Bookmite says:

    This is stunning! The skin is pretty and I love love love the necklace

  2. /me absolutely agrees on the Freeze Frame idea. :)
    I just came across that blog the other day and am still exploring. Already found a couple of helpful gadgets to add to my programs or the usual photo processing.

    And your look is classy, too ;)

  3. awesome post thank you for featuring Bax Coen’s Prestige Boots :))

    And Merry Christmas <3

    SJ

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