The "sixth sense" has been commonly used to describe the phenomenon of extrasensory perception, or ESP, as manifested by telepathy, clairvoyance, telekinesis and the like — elements of the world (should they exist at all) that might at first be mysteriously hidden from view, perhaps not consistently part of our normal reality. Visitors to Le Sixième Sens (French for "the sixth sense"), a sim by Natacha Haroldsen and Yeiyaiel, might too feel there's more than visible at first glance, and the sim will amply deliver on that promise, with delightful surprises around almost every corner.
"You are traveling in Tuscany, Italy, and arrive on a plaza surrounded by old shops that give you a rustic feeling," say the creators. "Explore and discover a traditional market and vineyards, as well as a villa in this romantic, photogenic spot." One certainly feels transported to another time and place — to a world of rolling hills, romantic landscapes, beautiful vistas, fields of sunflowers, vinyards waiting for harvest, and secluded spots for quiet enjoyment. Winding paths and arching stone bridges offer routes around and through the bucolic scenery.
Le Sixième Sens is one of those sims that seems larger than it should, as if somehow the designers were able to pack more into a single region than we should expect. Photographers may join the land group for the ability to rez props, and might be interested in submitting works to a content juried by Skippy Beresford, Lam Erin, Lokhe Verlack, with more information here. If you enjoy the sim, please consider supporting the several shops and stores at the landing point.