The Walk of Art at Lawst Paradise

I took Flutter to see the butterflies at Lawst Paradise, yesterday. It’s been nearly 5 years since I was here, last… an SL eternity. I saw it advertised, recently, in the destination guide… I’d assumed it was long-gone, so was delighted to see that wasn’t the case. You land on the bottom floor of tiered galleries featuring written word and neon sculpture. If you know me, you know I’m not interested in the written word as art, so, as always, I have not captured any of the word stuff, but there’s lots here, if that’s what you are into… the theme is peace and happiness, and love… who could fault such a theme?…

… you make your way up the levels, viewing the various themes. This is, by far, my favourite level, and the one I brought Flutter to see. It is filled with gorgeous, neon sculpture…

… and beautiful, singing butterfly creations. Their voices are an incredibly soothing chiming sound. You can take free copies of them. When I found this place, all those SL years ago, I took a few, then came back and took a few more… they have been in the garden by my home gallery ever since, and are indelibly stamped in my mind as an essential part of my little world in Jormundgandr. Flutter was as enamoured of them as I knew she’d be…

… we lounged around, listening to the crystal chimes, for a while…

… then continued up, through the various levels of pretty things…

… up and up we went…

… stopping to ride a swing in the stars…

… stopping to look at each bright thing…

… enveloped in very peaceful, rich, neon colours…

… till, at last, we could see the final staircase, winding it’s way through the stars, above our heads…

… and we ascended to the last level.

Flutter and I wish you all peace and rest, these next few days, whatever your beliefs (:

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