Awww, some poor wittle kitty lost its toy. Wonder how it got way out here in the middle of the strait separating Ehrwang and Waltenhofer?
Those are some strange looking dogs. Wait… description says they’re lambs not dogs. So I suppose not so weird looking, then. 🙂
Someone forgot to take their Xmas decorations down! Oh well, I’m one to speak.
So moving from Otherland to Other Land, namely The Moon/Pluto, we have some *final* snapshots from that location below. That’s right, just like the Pictor Forest on Azure Islands (a much greater tragedy to me, mind you), this island-planet has disappeared overnight, along with the purse, the knoll, the trees, everything on it. Also the mysterious Hilo-like peak underneath the water just to its west. But, I just remembered, Baker Bloch has kind of the equivalent to a potential black box, because he hid a visitor’s counter within the purse several days ago, which was returned to his Lost and Found folder when the island/planet was deleted as a whole. He goes to his land and manifests the counter, but no new names appear on the list. Whoever deleted the landmass, they did it by “remote control”. But the bottom line is: it’s gone. Whatever mysteries remained to be unraveled there have, Atlantis-like (once again), passed underneath the waves.
So what did we figure out from our time spent there? I believe it all centers around the purse now, the gypsy purse, and the relationship between it and the grassy knoll sitting close behind it to the south. The other items probably do not really matter that much, or, better, just act as supporting objects to these two. At least that’s what I’ll say to make me feel better at this point!
In reviewing the snapshots below to generate blog text here about them, I think the second is the most important. I’ll just skip the first, then, or let it stand as is. Make what you want of it in respect to the second (the top of the purse can just be seen behind and between the 3 perfume bottles).
In this seemingly more significant second snapshot we have 2 of the four poseballs on the island/planet directly superimposed on the 2 trees in the distance. Again, save for some grass, the 2 trees are the only “living” — *were* the only living objects on the landmass. When the poseballs, 1 male and 1 female, are superimposed on the trunks in this way, we effect a close conjunction, then, of knoll and purse more in the foreground. These poseballs are also positioned, according to the camera viewpoint, so that they appear to sit on top of the knoll as best as possible. Notice there are four poseballs altogether, making a rough east-to-west line with each other. But the right two are what concern us more here, because the right blue poseball I believe represents the grassy knoll it sits directly on top of. The left tree in the background, the one whose trunk the right blue ball is collaged onto, seems to grow directly from the center of the knoll from this angle, and, likewise, the right tree, with the complementary pink ball, stands directly above the gypsy purse from this angle. To me, this reinforces, pretty effectively actually, the male-female relationship between the purse and knoll, just like Gypsy Purse and Grassy Noll form a type of male-female partnership in the Toy Avatar world.
I don’t think this particular snapshot means as much as the second one either. It merely shows Baker Bloch, in a concavity on the island near the knoll, appearing to be inside the purse (much like I earlier actually hid the visitor’s counter inside this same purse). But, again, I’ll include it just because there won’t certainly won’t be any more pictures coming from that location. 😦