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Video for those who read my long story

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mountainexplorer, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

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    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7397781018574113076

    This is the part one video of that long story from our trip to the Philippines. So if you happened to have been bored enough to have read it, here's some footage to go along with it.
     
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    i love how the buses are so colorful - they've got alot more character than our big blue tubes here.
     
  3. mountainexplorer

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    You mean the Jeepneys. :wink1:

    It was amazing how many of them there were. All customized by individual owner, usually adorned with every light, sticker, ornament or other gizmo that could be stuck onto it.
     
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    Your grampa (wee little man in the beginning) looks totally huggable. :D
     
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    It's absolutely mind boggling how different other parts of the world differ from our little section of it.

    Nice video, Allan. Keep 'em comin!
     
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    Thanks Allen, more to come I hope ...and if you need to borrow a tri-pod next time just let me know:D
     
  7. mountainexplorer

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    Sorry about how bumpy and dizzying some parts are. The roads are kinda rough like streets here in Spokane. And some taping I did when I was standing was just all over the place cause it was all new and I was looking all around so the camera ended up all over too.
     
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    I'm just messing with you. My videos looked like that when I got my first camcorder. I bought the tri-pod after trying to watch them.
     
  9. mountainexplorer

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    I have like 3 tripods around. But usually I never use them cause it's hard to use one while in a vehicle driving, and like on the trip, I was just taping at random as we arrived and saw stuff... without any pre-planning.

    The times I pre-plan and want to film something from a non moving spot, I usually forget to bring the tripod. :doah:
     

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