Piano 39 – A church in Tanglia

After a hearty post-gig drink at the bar, Talia took Bailey and I down to a spooky church in the middle of a forest. Inside the church was a grand, grand organ.

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Talia demonstrated how the church could change its character by switching over to a deliciously red light which gave everything a wicked glow.

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Tanglia sim is well worth a visit, beautifully designed and populated by very friendly people. Much of the landscaping is based on the Welsh countryside which is particularly pleasing.

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~ by catrin23 on March 24, 2007.

6 Responses to “Piano 39 – A church in Tanglia”

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