1. Flowers & Showers

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    from GSKdesign / Added

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    This video was shot on a rainy and snowy day in Salt Lake City, Utah. My neighbors probably wonder why I am always out in the street shooting their trees. Now they know why. There are no timeline edits, color corrections or edits (other than text and fade in and fade outs) on this video. It was laid out in the timeline as it was shot. The duplicate shots were not included. The video fit perfectly with the music that I had chosen to put this piece too. So I left it. I realize that some shots maybe long, but I hope that you'll just turn the lights off and enjoy some of the beauty that I enjoyed on that afternoon. Remember, Always look up, look down, look around but always look for surrounding beauty that is all around. gsk

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    • Spring

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      Další z testů Blackmagic cinema camera, tentokrát s použitím pouze jednoduchého fotografického stativu. Tak krásnému jarnímu dnu a rozkvetlým stromům prostě nešlo odolat. --- Another test Blackmagic cinema camera, this time using only a simple photographic tripod. Such a beautiful spring day and a flowering trees just could not resist. --- music: Melancholy Jazz by Jack Waldenmaier director of photography: Martin Zeman producer and director: RAWPictures.cz

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      • Trees for all Seasons

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        A somewhat whimsical video in praise of Vancouver trees created with photos taken throughout the seasons in the course of my walks in this city. Trees, nothing but trees - dressed & undressed. Trees both real & dreamlike, at times surreal & phantasmagorical.

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        • Flowering trees

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          Spring

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          • Pointless Films #2: The Golden Shower Tree

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            from Joan Montrice / Added

            There's this Tree that grows in Front of My House Every Summer and Everyone is in Total Awe Over It. this Year I Decided to Make a Film about it. Bum Out and Watch the Beauty of the Cassia Fistula, The Golden Shower Tree. Think of It as Moving Picture. Music by: The Octopus Project - I Saw The Bright Shinies

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            • Newport, Rhode Island

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              All of the footage was taken at Easton Beach, the Cliff Walk and along Memorial Boulevard in Newport, Rhode Island. The weather started off a little cool and gray. But the sun eventually came out. It quickly turned into a beautiful day on this Easter Sunday, April 24th, 2011.

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              • Spring has sprung

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                Outside at home as spring has sprung. Soundtrack: Chris Cornell - Sunshower

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                • National Cherry Blossom Festival Bronze Plaque Bloom Check April 4th 2010

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                  from Ryan Janek Wolowski / Added

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                  National Cherry Blossom Festival Bronze Plaque 1912 First Cherry Blossom Plantings Washington DC April 11th 2010 At this site on March 27 1912 Helen Herron Taft and the Viscountess Chinda, wife of the Japanese Ambassador, planted two Yoshino cherry trees on the northern bank of the Tidal Basin, about 125 feet south of what is now Independence Avenue, SW. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the first lady presented a bouquet of "American Beauty" roses to Viscountess Chinda. Washington's renowned National Cherry Blossom Festival grew from this simple ceremony, witnessed by just a few persons. These two original trees still stand several hundred yards west of the John Paul Jones Memorial, located at the terminus of 17th Street, SW. Situated near the bases of the trees is a large bronze plaque which commemorates the occasion. Video by Ryan Janek Wolowski

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                  • National Cherry Blossom Festival 1912 Bronze Plaque Bloom Check April 11th 2010

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                    from Ryan Janek Wolowski / Added

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                    National Cherry Blossom Festival Bronze Plaque 1912 First Cherry Blossom Plantings Washington DC April 11th 2010 At this site on March 27 1912 Helen Herron Taft and the Viscountess Chinda, wife of the Japanese Ambassador, planted two Yoshino cherry trees on the northern bank of the Tidal Basin, about 125 feet south of what is now Independence Avenue, SW. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the first lady presented a bouquet of "American Beauty" roses to Viscountess Chinda. Washington's renowned National Cherry Blossom Festival grew from this simple ceremony, witnessed by just a few persons. These two original trees still stand several hundred yards west of the John Paul Jones Memorial, located at the terminus of 17th Street, SW. Situated near the bases of the trees is a large bronze plaque which commemorates the occasion. Video by Ryan Janek Wolowski

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