Corsica Walking vol.1

(A) Temple of the Prim was made by LDPW. Perhaps this temple is built at the highest position in a peninsula.

When I enter the temple…

The figure which holds something up before its eyes.

(B) Meters above the sea level of here is 167m.

(C) I went to the south a little and looked at Point B. Here is lower than Point B, but a prospect is bad by many buildingd. The continent full of changes of the topography is interesting.

(D) I watch C point from south Point D. It is a hollow during C and D.

(E) There was not well the view from the southwestern edge of the mountainous district. The person who is not interested in scenery makes a building in this way.

(F) The northwest edge of the mountainous district.

Next, Little Magic Forest has the west.

You had better visit by a couple to here. I did not calm down by neighboring lovers.

(G) This continent is not troubled to take a break.

I went around the peninsula along a mountain district.

It is the land where there is nothing, but a change of the topography is interesting.

The good house of the sense matches such a continent.

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5 Responses to Corsica Walking vol.1

  1. Ooh, I wanna go to that Temple of Prim!
    Only LDPW work I found on Corsica is this large waterfall in Evora, just in checking various rental properties out one night. You may have even mentioned it in your blog already.
    Not extremely far from The Temple of Prim as it looks.
    Will keep checking in here! 🙂

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  3. ujiyasu says:

    Thank you for reading my article.

    The work of LDPW offers various topics to me. They make public goods. I often hesitate about the introduction of the personal work.

    In any case I must confirm the land explanation tab by all means. There are a large number of people that it wants not to be announced one’s land.

    By the way, I did not know the waterfall. Pleasure was added to me. Thank you! 🙂

  4. I visited the Temple of the Prim tonight. Amazing place! So high up… in the fog. Wonder what it means??

  5. ujiyasu says:

    I watched your blog.

    The contents which soror Nishi described in an article in “not Possible in real life” which you linked to may be the answers.

    “Prima materia was originally called Microcosmos to signify the small world from which heaven, earth, fire, water, and all manifestations of life are derived, including birth, death, creation, and even the resurrection.

    With this in mind, what could be more deserving of a temple, worship, and even a religion in Second Life than the crown of virtual creation… the plywood prim? “

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