Used to run around these beaches when I was young living in Calif. Now I'm in the middle of the U.S... Iowa. It's got it's pluses but not as beautiful as this. Sure glad I bought a wide screen... it's almost like being there... or looking out a window and seeing it . Thank you so much for the download.
Sunrise is lovely with everything being so fresh and the light bright and sparkly but also delicate. Wish I could capture the light better just before dawn though... sometimes the sky lights up in the most beautiful colours but it's too dim to film without a camera with a wider aperture. Will keep in mind when I upgrade my camera.
It's a great place to visit. You would love exploring the Cape peninsula if you enjoy the ocean and mountains. Awesome wild flowers and birds too, especially in winter and spring. Thanks for your comment. :)
+Peaceful Scenes Thank you for your response. To me, people who upload incredible, positive videos in the youtube are the rich ones - rich and giving! All I can do to acknowledge/ appreciate is clicking the thumb up, and sharing it to the social media, e.g. google +
+Indria Salim yes I noticed that most of my videos with a lot of water movement need to run at 1080P to look good on a big monitor. Ocean scenes don't compress well unfortunately so needs fast internet as you say. Luckily the average bandwidth seems to be improving globally. Hope it gets cheaper for more people to enjoy.
Cult Film Collective and the Trylon team-up for a can’t miss for film fans Pedro Almodóvar 35mm Double Feature. [TIX] First Ave is insane this week, including the annual Rebel Rebel: Rock for Pussy David Bowie covers benefit for Feline… Continue Reading →
Quick Q+A: George McConnell + SUPERHERO.
As Captain America says in the under-appreciated Age of Ultron, “We have an enhanced in the field.” Not just the field, Cap. Everywhere you look these days Superheroes are flying or speeding or stretching by—in our films, in our art,… Continue Reading →
Whiz Bang Days Celebration.
Bird Town (as we know it) aka Robbinsdale (as you maybe know it) has a proud history of wrasslin’, so we shouldn’t be so surprised to see the high flyin’ brawlers and knuckle sandwich makers and #1 heel Darin Corbin… Continue Reading →
Sat // The Beer & Bacon Classic.
Previous beer fest experiences (and there have been many) indicate the snacklace is reaching an all-time high in sophistication—but you’ll want to leave it at home for this one. Consider it research for your next creation: the Bacon and Beer… Continue Reading →
Bell Museum Grand Opening.
The Bell Museum celebrates nearly 150 years of existence, 50 years of active learning programs, and 24 feet of woolly mammoth at its grand opening this weekend, which welcomes the public to experience its beautifully grandiose new digs in St…. Continue Reading →
Lumières Françaises + Bastile Day.
Did the MSP Film Society know France would be on the cusp of a World Cup win when they planned their week of independent French film? DID THEY? The smarties actually likely scheduled Lumières Françaises to coincide with Sat’s Bastille… Continue Reading →
Weds // TV Girl + Infinity Crush + Cheap Fantasy.
“Here in New York you don’t need excuses to dress like a girl.” The effortless hipster cool of TV Girl’s sound mixes a sunny produced pop, throwback to ’60s French yé-yé, with more relaxed late night beats and samples, making them… Continue Reading →
Thurs // The Summit Ratskeller’s Grand Reopening.