Noam Sprocket, Sumomo Kawashima
Achariya cautiously glances around.
I believe that with this post (post seven of People at Work), I am momentarily done with this series. It'll become a weekly thing, but I've photoed almost everyone I'd chatted with about it (with the exception of Severina Dollinger and Marni Grut and Natsuo Parvane! We just never intersect with our timezones, sigh), and I'm going to take a rest until Saturday when I return from this next conference.
I really enjoyed the whole series, and I'm still completely boggled by the range of styles, sizes, tastes and variations that avatars have in Second Life. What does it say about us? Perhaps that humans are so incredibly complex that something like the precise shade of a cheek, cut of an avatar's hair, or length of a prim lash is metonymy for a whole personality? I end with these words from William Carlos Williams:
so much depends
a red wheel
glazed with rain
beside the white
Siddean Munroe, Katy Angel
DoC Eldrich, Eshi Otawara
CodeBastard Redgrave, Gabby Panacek