Monday, June 26, 2017

a monday matinee...


88,90,72,0,B

10 comments:

John Wells said...

It is always nice to come across a snake that has no interest in killing me. Bogertophis subocularis, commonly known as the Trans-Pecos rat snake or the Davis Mountain rat snake, is a species of medium to large, nonvenomous rat snake in the family Colubridae. Bogertophis subocularis is endemic to the Chihuahuan Desert. News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Arcadia - Wonders by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)
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pamit said...

Beautiful! And the musical theme perfectly captures the gently sinuous, undulating mystery of this gorgeous animal.

By the way, I think you'd agree that *most* snakes have no interest in killing you :-)

bob r said...

long sucker

rj said...

Good sound production

Sam Finn said...

Always the right music. Would be very interesting to know the process you go through in selecting it.

John Wells said...

After I edit the video, I go to the YouTube Audio Library and listen. They have quite a variety where you can choose by genre, mood, instrument, and duration. I start with picking a duration that is close to the length of my video and just keep listening until something feels right. Usually one just pops out at me. The hard part is when I come up with 2 or 3 choices I like and have to narrow it down to one. I also try to make a point of picking a style that is different from what I have already used.

Sam Finn said...

You've got a good eye for music.

James Davis said...

John, haven't seen anything on the paramotor lately, gonna see any air time soon?

Margery Bills said...

Any snake can bite.

Margery Bills said...

Your area is good as far as elevation goes. The Davis mountains are very special but too high for me anymore. I once climbed a 14, 000 foot mountain with no problem when other people did not make it but I decided tonight that mountains should be out for me now.