1. Experience the vast open plains and mighty rivers of Africa from the unique vantage point of a microlight aircraft. As we fly from the Etosha Pan in Namibia through the Caprivi Strip and finally to the raging thunder of the Victoria Falls in Zambia.

    Filmed in HD ‘ flying the falls’ tells the story of our adventures in Africa after the most rain in living memory. Where we encounter some of Africa’s true free roaming wild life, overcoming many challenges while growing our bonds of friendship.

    For more check out flyingthefalls.com

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  2. This sequence it taken from flyingtheblue.com a freetoadventure.com production and was shot near Ibo Island in the Quirimba Archipelago in northern Mozambique.

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  3. Short film shot by Christian Letruria in South Africa (2008) with EX1sony 720p edit in FCP - Music by Sigur Ros - Hoppypolla (takk 2005)

    Blue Crane is the national bird of South Africa.
    It began a sudden population decline
    from around 1980 and is now classified as vulnerable.

    thx to southafrica.net/ who made possible this work

    cru-a.com/ nice magazine with an article about this work.

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  4. Shot in 2002, this was my first travel video!

    A 30 day adventure through Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina!

    I fly over Angel Falls, visit the equator, paraglide over Lima, ride the roof of a train, visit the reed island of Uros, mountain bike down the world's most dangerous road, visit a Llama fetus market, hang out in Buenos Aires, and hike up a massive glacier!

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  5. This video is a fan-created trailer for the documentary "Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag"... it was an educational exercise in seeing how far I could push Windows Movie Maker in editing together high-quality video clips and trying to match edits to music.

    It turns out you can exceed the capabilities of the XP version of Movie Maker quite rapidly. I was forced to boot up Vista and use the new version of Movie Maker in order to successfully encode the final cut. Finally, I've found a use for Vista! The good news is that project files will upgrade to the Vista version relatively smoothly.

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