Archive for the “World and Travel” category

Slightly HDR-ish

by David on September 15, 2011

Weeping Rock, Zion Canyon, Utah

The Budapest Ethnographic Museum – don’t bother

by David on July 30, 2010

Once you’ve seen what’s possibly the World’s most interesting museum of ethnography, the marvellous Pitt Rivers in Oxford, other ethnographic collections may seem rather dull by comparison; but the Budapest Néprajzi Múzeum (Museum of Ethnography) seems to have gone out (…)

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USA 2009

by David on January 2, 2010

Brief video from our trip this summer. Music: Explosions in the Sky.

What is the name of this song?

by David on September 26, 2009

Talking of Normandy, this is a snippet I captured in Pont-l’Évêque this Easter (or Pâques). I liked the tune but have no idea what it is. Anyone?

Il y a vingt ans aujourd’hui

by David on September 25, 2009

It was twenty years ago this month that Helen and I went on our first holiday together. We heaved our bicycles, panniers and rucksacks onto the train from London to the South Coast and without having booked any hotels in (…)

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Sony Vegas 8

by David on September 22, 2009

Still think that the quality of this record of our trip to Munich last December is better than some of the USA videos from the summer. I wonder if there’s something I’m not understanding about video formats…

Hurricane Ridge

by David on September 5, 2009

Flight to Seattle

by David on May 17, 2009

Aside from Doom, many years ago, about the only game I’ve ever enjoyed playing much on a PC is MS FlightSim. Imagine how gutted I was by the news of the closure of the Aces Game Studio. Anyway, I still (…)

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Easter in Normandy

by David on May 4, 2009

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Munich, Christmas

by David on January 1, 2009

First film with the new Panasonic HDC SD9