watch out for those rocks ;)
There are few sounds I love more than the ‘thunk, thunk’ of a boat and oars against the water. And how quickly that serenity can be shattered. :)
that last shot was something special
A kick to the head – how apropos it ends with feet. Peaceful and publicly private – I love it.
The sounds are great. I hope your camera is okay!
this looks like norway. you just made me homesick…
camera and canoe doing fine. thank you.
Fantastic camera angles, hillarious ending!
Back in the city, working at a computer in a small hot room while tattooed men remove my roof, other things can interfere with one’s ability to stop and share a moment.
You can’t hear it as clearly as I hoped, but at the end, the thing he shouts is “It’s too short”
(should know: just went canoeing with my daughter this week on Lyngby lake… too windy, and did not dare deploy the camera…and, i guess i would not have figured out to use those angles)
Great great great. The ending tripled the meaning of the title.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if one more dude from MIT asks me to go boating, all bets are off and someone’s getting punched. You, on the other hand, can take me along any time.
phew…i’m glad i didn’t join THAT program.
@rupert with headphones on the sound is mental and you can hear him really clearly…
Haven’t been able to watch anything the whole month of July, in the middle of nowhere vermont with nothing but dial-up access. I’ll catch up later.
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