Thursday, December 23, 2010

Anisoptera

My new friends Joe Coles, Marty and JT were out for a Field Lab tour in October.  While we walked the grounds, Joe set up his camera to capture a swarm of dragonflies attempting to lay eggs on a large sheet of broken glass that they must have thought was water.  He posted a video of it on YouTube recently http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tOmgvXAiVw  and it gave me an idea for a new edit. 
Joe was kind enough to send me a disc so I could play with his video.  Super windy again today but it shifted in just the right direction for me to record some audio from my aeolian harp.  Took a clip from his video, rendered it with the airbrush filter in Adobe Premiere Elements 8.0, and added my audio. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIAjKQToH3g Thanks Joe!  55,72,50,0,W

7 comments:

Andy V said...

Bravo!

Nat said...

Excellent video/audio mashup. It puts me in the mind of woo-woo science fiction of the 1970s, like Logan's Run, A Clockwork Orange, and Andrei Tarkovsky's "Stalker."

Merry Christmas to all.

Dizzy-Dick said...

Very well dong Mr Wells

CoolChange©© said...

Very nice!

Peter Malin said...

I see you are almost at the 500,000 mark!
Quite a following all because of Benita! HAha,

Merry Christmas and thanks for letting us share in your off-the-grid adventure.

frito bandito said...

Feliz Navidad y'all!
Frito

repsychallblues said...

Thanks for that stunning audio and visual delight.