When you first land in the sim, you will find yourself in a little cottage style house, where you have the option of tping to several areas in the sim. Hunting down that darn snowman (the hunt item in the Seasons hunt), gave me the opportunity to also see what sim owners had done with their sim.
The first place I headed was to tp over to the ground floor. Down there, the owners have created a space that has an ethereal/fantasy atmosphere. You will find some really cute little bunnies and alot of beautiful foliage and flowers there. It didn't take long for me to find a spot that appealed to me and start flipping through my windlight settings to see what it would look like with different lighting.
|Using Fine Day Windlight setting|
(Side note: I didn't photoshop or touch up any of these photos but, instead relied on the windlight settings to create the looks.)
|Used the FSOriginal windlight setting here|
|Fine Day windsetting still being used|
Now, I was a bit of a goose here and realized I could not find the right tp to go back up to the main landing point, so I had to use the lm for the Frost sim to get back up. When I finally was back in the cottage, I walked out of the house and down the boardwalk. The reason for the sims name is here...among the many trees, laden down with frost on their branches, creating a world filled with crystal and light.
|Using AnaLutetia-studio windsetting here|
Continue down the boardwalk, enjoying the splendor of the winter forest around you till you reach the bottom and find not only the store (yes, I finally found the snowman) but, a land filled with grass, trees and animals, that are glistening with the frosty air.
|Using A-12PM windlight setting on this scene|
|12-PM still from the other side of the area.|