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Waterloo underground station.
Not bad. And given how good you are at everything else, you’ll be making stonking vids by the summer. I look forward to one of Maizy seeing how high she can leap.
Heh. Very nice.
Thank you very much. I’ve been playing with a compact camera I’d forgotten I had and found under a pile of junk. It has a video setting. But most excitingly a (fixed focus) wide angle lens. Oh how I wish I had a similar lens for the DSLR. Only a thousand quid. I’ll get one tomorrow then 🙂
SCV, I’ve long been wanting to film Maizy’s high-jump prowess. Now I have the wherewithal.
Actually this one would do and it’s nearly half the price. I’m subjecting myself to torture by optics-lust quite a lot at the moment. Dammit.
Very profound video (being passed and gaps and all that)
Nicely done. I can’t see that phrase (“mind the gap”) anymore without thinking of meditation — thoughts as train cars with spaces between and the choice to step onto each or let it go… 🙂
Those are such brilliant images Jean and mb! I had intended nothing deep and meaningful, merely set the video function rolling and hoped for the best, and then very inexpertly tried to stitch the bits together. It’s wonderful that our lives can be so full of meaning if we stop to be with them. The bit I liked the best when reviewing it was the coincidence of the disembodied authoritarian voice exhorting everyone to report suspicious behaviour and the man who’d just passed me turning back and casting what might have been a highly suspicious look at the camera.
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