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Dec. 26, 2011 -- Richard Cawley's exquisite metal work has quickly made him one of the most sought after artistic talents in the Northwest region. Follow along as he takes us though a fantastic voyage of music and metal sculture.More on Richard Cawley:http://www.richartsculpture.comVideo by Diggable MonkeyShot and edited by Kevin Balmerhttp://www.diggablemonkey.com
Tired of super liberals and super conservatives, super religious people and super atheists all making the rest of us normal people look bad? Me too.Let's spread some light on the situation with the power of conversation (and a little sarcasm too)More info here: http://www.indiegogo.com/Before-the-World-Goes-BOOM
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From Gator Creek Films and wildlife photographer and filmmaker Mark O'Byrne comes the follow-up to "Day At Alligator Creek". Take a journey into the wild as a grasshopper follows a mysterious alligator in search of a magical oasis that few creatures are lucky enough to enter. A curious young alligator follows the grasshopper on the sometimes perilous journey...Featuring music by international recording artists Diane Arkenstone ("Celtic Passage","Jewel In The Sun", "African Skies") and Dennis Hysom ("Cloud Forest", "Caribbean", and "Ocean Planet"), The Gator & The Grasshopper will take you on a journey into the heart of the Florida Everglades and beyond...Photographed by Mark O'ByrneFilmed with Canon Vixia HF S21Edited on Final Cut ProVisit my official website:gatorcreekgalleries.com/Diane Arkenstone: dianearkenstone.com/Dennis Hysom: dennishysom.com/All music used with permission.
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frank knight is 102. after spending most his life cutting down trees, he championed a dying one for almost 60 years.
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It's a different world down below. Syed talks about making a living in one of NYC's busiest subway stations.Directed by Steve Nemsick
Abraj: Plural of Burj which is Arabic for Tower. Timelapse video featuring the two iconic towers of Dubai. The Burj Al Arab and the world's tallest building. The Burj Khalifa. Commisioned to shoot various timelapses of the Emirate by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai. This is an edit I put together for myself of some of my favourite shots. Including some amazing views from 154 floors up on the Burj Khalifa. Read more about it on my blog post here: philipbloom.net/?p=16650Music is by Vaughan Williams: Variations on theme by Thomas Tallis