1. Turtle found!

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    • XMAS

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      • Another Slice of Mission Beach

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        • Water Tale

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          from Elisabetta Bastai / Added

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          Water sustains life on earth as we know it. Water welcomes us when we swim, snorkel and scuba dive. I bet that most of us do not usually wonder where it comes from. We know that it falls down from the sky in the form of rain, snow or hail, while the oceans, rivers and lakes seem to have been in existence since the beginning of time. The initial starting point of this project was the water cycle. Then, I began to reflect about the intrinsic beauty of water in its diverse forms and colors. Memories of the aquatic creatures that I have encountered while snorkeling and scuba diving filled my head. So I decided to weave all of these watery threads into one digital tapestry. I looked at 3 years worth of video clips and shot others specifically for this video, only a few made it to the editing screen (and they were far more that I ever have to deal with). My buddy and I shot most of them with our Canon Powershot A570 and S90. For the first time I collaborated with a third scuba diver from Quebec: Dominique Brodeur and another Canadian filmmaker: John Novotny from Alberta. Thank you very much for letting me use your video clips! I also want to thank my buddy Sam Osteen. His support, patience and advice have been invaluable for the creation of this work. Then, I want to thank the Spanish composer Roger Subirana Mata for the amazingly wonderful piece of orchestral music that he has made available for free on jamendo.com. Without his music it would have been much harder to pull this video together. Lastly, many thanks to Freqman, Herbert Boland and Felinorama who made available the water sounds on freesound.org. http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/332856 http://www.freesound.org/ Happy Winter Holidays! Best Wishes for a 2012 full of positive unexpected surprises! Safe Fun Waterplay!

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          • Darling House & Pacific Ocean

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            • Point Reyes & Marin County (California)

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              North of San Francisco Point Reyes is one of the more windy / foggy places of the Pacific Ocean, but on that August's morning we had a really Mediterranean sweet summer day. From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches to its open grasslands, brushy hillsides, and forested ridges, Point Reyes offers visitors over 1500 species of plants and animals to discover. Home to several cultures over thousands of years, the Seashore preserves a tapestry of stories and interactions of people. Point Reyes awaits your exploration.

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              • BREEZE

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                Exotic beauty and tranquility of Beqa Lagoon Resort - Fiji. Relaxing music by Ernesto Cortazar from the album Boleros Vol.3 - Nunca.

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                • Quartet Rehearsal

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                  In a recent rehearsal, a wild Pacific Spinner dolphin whom we know as 'CrossBite' spirals down, leading Jillian Rutledge, Chisa Hidaka and Kathleen Fisher in a synchronous dance. Dana Richardson also briefly joins. As Kathleen arcs upward, taking the lead, 'CrossBite' circles around to follow her and guides the other dancers to sustain the quartet's lovely connection. Filmed by Benjamin Harley. The Dolphin Dance Project is working on a film about communication between humans and wild dolphins through dance. If you would like to find out more, please visit http://www.dolphin-dance.org If you would like to support the completion of this film, please visit our Donate page (http://www.dolphin-dance.org/dolphin-dance/Donate.html). Donations of $50 or more will receive a DVD of our debut film, 'Together' (http://dolphin-dance.org/together), and our heartfelt thanks. Dolphin Dance Project works only with wild dolphins. Dolphins are not rewarded or coerced by anything other than their own curiosity and joy to interact with intelligent, playful members of another species - just like the human dancers. Recognizing that we are guests in the dolphins' environment, the filmmakers follow a strict code of etiquette. There is never any attempt to interact if dolphins are resting or show any sign of annoyance or disinterest. To learn more about the threats faced by wild dolphins, please visit our Protect page: http://www.dolphin-dance.org/protect

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                  • Gundersen on EcoReview: Fukushima's Impact on the Oceans

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                    Arnie Gundersen appears on EcoReview to speak about the impact that the Fukushima nuclear disaster will have on the world's oceans.

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                    • Shooting Water Tale: The Floating Dock

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                      from Elisabetta Bastai / Added

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                      Finally after waiting for over a week the sun came out and my buddy and I were able to shoot a scene from a floating dock that it will be part of my most complicate video project that I have ever created so far titled Water Tale. This short video is just a sketch. After shooting three takes of a giant stride I decided that I had good video clips to work with so we did a shallow dive near the dock. We did not plan to make a video of the making of Water Tale. My buddy Sam began to shoot extra video clips on his own whim with the usual Canon Powershot A570. We got lucky that the water visibility was not too bad. Blue Canoe Records thank you very much for making your wonderful upbeat track Symmetry 1 available on jamendo.com: http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/288964

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