1. Caroline's First Birthday


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    This is Caroline's first birthday party held at the swing park in St. Augustine, FL.

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    • hours


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      This video is about hours

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      • Taco Marine - Ship Shape TV January 2015


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        Taco Marine has entered into an exciting year-long project with Ship Shape TV that encompasses upgrading a 1989 Pursuit 2650 boat to 2016 Model Year standards using the latest, most current Taco Marine products. Once completed, the boat will be auctioned off with proceeds being donated to a non-profit organization chosen by the Kushner family. With the help of Ship Shape TV and other companies in the marine industry, i.e. Taylor Made and Yamaha, this boat will surely be in high demand. As a family-owned and operated company since 1959, Taco Metals (the parent company for Taco Marine) has established itself as a global leader in the recreational marine industry. Innovative, quality products backed by industry leading warranties with exceptional service is the way Taco Marine does business with all OEM and Aftermarket customers.

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        • Coast And Estuary Resource Kit (2007)


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          A community resource for the Nambucca, Macleay and Hasting Valleys. Copyright LandCare Nambucca, Hastings and Macleay. A documentary to help residents, farmers and industry understand the impact of pollution in our rivers that leads to the coastline and estuaries. What can we do to save our water. Resource Produced by Natasha English, Tim Ryan and John Schmidt and Cathy Eggert

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          • TransCanada — Gas Pipeline Construction


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            This footage shot more than 50 years ago shows that, even back then, TransCanada understood pipeline construction in remote areas and extreme climates. Much of the cross-Canada pipeline system completed in 1958, was built during the winter months — on Canadian Shield bedrock and the muskeg of Northern Ontario. TransCanada has been constructing gas pipeline, compression and measurement facilities in the harsh climate of the northernmost parts of Alberta, since the 1970s. Working in challenging and hostile environments is nothing new to TransCanada. That ability to adapt to challenging terrain and a difficult construction climate is typified in the recently completed Tamazunchale Extension pipeline in Mexico. When the mountainous slopes, many in excess of 50 degrees, proved both an engineering and construction challenge, an innovative three-tower cable crane was implemented to safely build the pipeline. Or, when unstable soil and steep terrain made a conventional buried pipeline impractical, engineers determined it was better to go through the mountain, rather than go around it. The 672-metre-long micro tunnel was a first for a Mexican pipeline. In Northern British Columbia, where roads are scarce, construction crews need innovative solutions, such as a sky crane helicopter to fly pipe or equipment in, to get the job done. When it comes to high strength pipe, TransCanada has years of experience. Our advanced mechanized welding techniques include 100% ultrasonic inspection and high performance composite coatings, complete with high strength fittings. We operate one of the world’s largest fleets of aero-derivative gas turbines for unmanned and remotely controlled gas transmission operations. For more than 60 years, we have been safely transporting natural gas to markets. All that technical experience, innovation and a proven track record of building large infrastructure projects gives TransCanada a significant competitive advantage when building pipelines through challenging terrain and conditions across North America. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TransCanadaTV Related Links Learn more about TransCanada: http://www.TransCanada.com Learn more about Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project: http://www.coastalgaslink.com/ Learn more about Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project: http://www.princerupertgas.com/ Learn more about Merrick Mainline Pipeline Project: http://www.transcanada.com/merrick-mainline-project.html Read the latest TransCanada Blog: http://blog.transcanada.com/ Follow us on Twitter @TransCanada: https://twitter.com/TransCanada Follow us on Twitter for employment opportunities @TransCanadaJobs: https://twitter.com/TransCanadaJobs Connect with us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/TransCanada

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            • Three Weeks for Twenty Seconds


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              This piece was born simply from a walk with a lomokino, my first time using one I wanted to keep my subject matter simple so I just experimented as I walked along filming the sights that I thought would the most interesting to see in this format. The title comes from the time and effort it takes to scan and edited together lomokino 35mm film together....

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              • Coastal Retreat


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                By 2025 over 50 village communities on the shores of Wales, UK are to be relinquished to the sea. Rising coastal management costs have led to the difficult decision of retreating back and by 2055 the expectation is that they will all be under the sea. This short film to be completed during 2015 looks at the areas and the communities affected.

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                • Beverly Mass Blanketed in Over Three Feet of Snow (Aerial View)


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                  Beverly Mass Blanketed in over Three Feet of Snow (Aerial View) - February 2015

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                  • Underwater, South Coast WA


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                    So much activity and colour beneath the surface on a beaut summer's day. We are there to share amazement at some of the creatures that usually take a mask and snorkel to see. The sheltered bay has a bunch of different habitats, obviously rocky substrates and sand you can see from the beach, but also added vertical structure in the water in seaweed and seagrass beds. It's a great spot for novice and avid snorkellers, with little fish darting between rocks and colourful invertebrates to be found! Thanks to John and the GP crew for showing us around many years ago, Euan for the camera, Liz for mermaid moments and fur seal poses, Kym for a cracker event and loads of patience, and Shaun, Justin and Brett, rescuers in our lost key misadventure. This video was made for ABC Open's Where You'll Find Me project.

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                    • Community Centred Conservation (C3) - Madagascar's Junior Ecoguards


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                      Our Junior Ecoguards are children aged between 11 and 16 years old from remote, marginalized fishing communities where most people survive on less than a dollar a day. These young people are being empowered by environmental education and training and performance art to spread conservation messages and activities across their communities by means of a travelling theatre. They have had great success with proven positive impacts in increasing local knowledge about conservation and changing behaviour (e.g stopping sea turtle poaching) which helps protect their endangered species and habitats for the future. They also directly get involved with protection of coral reefs, mangrove forests and seagrass beds, all essential resources for their main food source; fish and seafood. Their work has been recognized as innovative and exemplary by several international awards.

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