Life in a Bowl – Cica Ghost

This weekend Cica Ghost opened yet another wonderful art installation on her home sim Wondering Dew, named: Life in a Bowl.
This installation transformed the sim into a somewhat tropical island, and doesn’t have the funny buildings anymore but palmtrees, colourful flowers and large tanks and bowls in which large fish and seahorses live.
The regional windlight gives it a bit of a sad atmosphere, making one wonder what has happened and why the fish are in those bowls…I didn’t find the answer to that, but maybe that is the beauty of artworks like this – to make you wonder and make you think of your own story!

It is, as with all Cica’s works very photogenic and even though I love her windlightsettings, I have played around a bit with some other varieties as well.
As so often, my pics do not do the work justice and you should really go visit this magical world of giant fish!

Life in a Bowl - I

Life in a Bowl - IV


7 Comments Add yours

  1. Becky says:

    The blog is looking great by the way :)

    1. Thanks Becky! I do like the look, and the dashboard and such works a bit easier than the previous theme (in which I had to specifically tag and feature the last post to make it appear on top) but I am still not happy on the sizing of the images in this format, I fear it has to do with the variety of monitors and so it looks not right on my widescreen but good on mobile/iPad and laptops. Technology makes it hard for one-size-fits-all I guess.
      Overall I like it too!

      1. Becky says:

        Interesting, I have a a desktop with a 27″ inch screen here. I’ll take a screenshot and show you what it looks on that.

        1. Becky says:

          There our two screenshots in our shared drive folder for you to look at. Taken on an iMac 27″ desktop.

          1. I got them, thanks. On your 27″ you have the same ‘cut-off’ as I have on my widescreen….Hm. I may need to fiddle some more, the featured image on top of the post is cut off at the bottom and on the right side – quite a bit. Although I do use the recommended WP sizes for this theme. It’s not a very big deal, but it makes it a bit tricky to crop the image I want to be featured.

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