Posts Tagged "video"

30 Seconds of Daisy Snoring

I was sitting with Daisy one evening, and she decided to just hang out in her hop-n-flop… and promptly fell asleep. But not only was she sleeping, she started snoring.

I was able to get my camera out, and quietly filmed her up close for a little while.


Backyard Hummingbird

A few days ago, I was able to record this visitor to our yard. Surprisingly, we’ve had a lot of hummingbirds stop by this year, despite us not having an actual hummingbird feeder.


Core Fill

If you thought our concrete work was over, think again! With our concrete blocks in place, the next step we had was to fill the cores of all the blocks with concrete. Our aim was to make a “soupy” layer, to pour down each core… and to finish the tops with a more solid layer.


Keeper of Time

I came across the documentary Keeper of Time several months ago, and was completely taken by the trailer. I was so intrigued by this documentary that I actually put in a calendar reminder for myself to buy tickets to see this thing online.


Damien Desbrosses and the Mountain of Hell

The description of Desbrosses’ perseverence is difficult to comprehend. And the whole video is really something to behold, especially the first few minutes.

It’s an insane number of bikers, and the whole course passes through all manner of terrain. I don’t know that I’ve seen a course like this.


James Mason Impersonations

The odd thing for me: I didn’t really know who Mason was. But on hearing the impressions and the sound of his voice, immediately recognized it at someone who had been in films.


Yoann Bourgeois: Celui Qui Tombe

I’m not well versed in dance, but I really enjoy these combinations of motion and the exploration of physical spaces. I’m also quite taken at how stories/narratives emerge, between the dancers, as the piece continues onward.


He’s Dead, Jim

I love fun Star Trek videos, particularly the ones where repetition plays a key role. Here’s a supercut of every time McCoy reports that someone’s dead.