1. Climbing The Great Wall Of China


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    A 3-minute journey into one of the Wonders of the Modern World: The Great Wall of China.

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    • "Little Lumpy's Launch" Trailer for the Proposed "Little Lumpy's Travel Log"


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      Life is full of awe and laughter as children experience their environment—be it their immediate context involving family-life and school or their worlds at-large—which involve museums and religious institutions, national and international travel, and all sorts of landmarks and inspirational historical figures. Little Lumpy & Her Little Lovelies live in a well-textured community that grants them access to a variety of cultures, insights into history, and aspirational visions for the future. Each character is distinct in her or his personality and ethnic background and brings these unique aspects to bear with sweetness and hilarity even in the face of social and interpersonal challenges. Together they form a cohesive whole that represents an acceptance and appreciation for difference. It is difference and the conventional wisdom of society or adults, however, that provides the tension in one form or fashion within each story. Little Lumpy & Her Little Lovelies, by and large, do not fear difference but treat it as commonplace because it is omnipresent. As such, they meet their obstacles head on in their own special way.

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      • Chichén Itzá - World Wonder (Mexico) - In Another Minute (262)


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        --- http://MovingPostcard.com --- Chichén Itzá on the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico was a large pre-Columbian Mayan city. The collection of remaining ruins is one of the New 7 Wonders of the World and an UNESCO World Heritage site. While in Mexico last week, we took a road trip from Tulum halfway across the Yucatan to gaze at this wonder and roam the 5 square kilometer site. This week, for the 5-year anniversary of the Moving Postcard web series, I thought a World Wonder would be just the right subject to celebrate. Yes, I do think it's a bit of a wonder that for five years, since May 7th 2010, I've shot, edited and published a new 1-minute video every week and that some of you are still watching. I love you, guys and gals! Filming Chichén Itzá had a few small challenges: As apparently with all Mayan ruins, tripods were not allowed. In the first shot of the video, you can see a lady with a big dark umbrella walk towards me and prohibit me to use my tripod. An unfair fact: these utterly ridiculous selfie sticks are allowed - even if they are actually monpods and only pretend to be selfie sticks. Lesson learned. The other challenge was the ridiculous jungle heat, which kept us from seeing everything (instead we managed to squeeze in street tacos and snorkeling in Gran Cenote later that day). The guys making jaguar noises and yelling "cheapy, cheapy, cheapy" I wouldn't truly consider a challenge - but they were certainly a bit taxing to someone I know. Perfect time to thank my husband Scott and all of my friends, again, who have willingly explored with me and patiently waited for me to get "just one more shot". I love you all the most! In this video you'll see images of El Castillo (the big pyramid, which has been partially restored) and its feathered serpent heads, Temple of the Jaguars and the Big Ball Court in the background of people jumping for a photograph (why exactly do people do that in front of famous sights?), Plataforma de Venus, Templo de los Guerreros (Temple of the Warriors) with a statue of Chac Mool at the top and each column representing a different warrior, the snake heads of the Osario Temple, the Las Monjas complex with the Iglesia and finally El Caracol (The Snail), which was the observatory. No video from the Yucatan Peninsula is complete without at least one image of an iguana. Did you see it? There were a few things, I didn't get to see, like the wall of skulls, but quite a few other sights I captured that couldn't fit into this short video. I'll either release a second longer version soon or at least post a lot more pictures on my personal blog soon. It gives me extra pleasure that for the 5-year-anniversary video, I was able to use a song by my old friend and talented musician Jason Matherne (https://soundcloud.com/goonygoogoo-productions) again. He has been on this journey with me almost from the very beginning. The song is called "Pegasus" - and I've probably used it a few times already. Jason, gimme me some more tunes, please! P.S.: This is the second Wonder of the World I featured in the Moving Postcard video series. Christ The Redeemer did not (yet) get his very own one-minute video, but I featured that guy in this video: Rio de Janeiro – In A Brazil Minute (Week 147) http://movingpostcard.com/rio-de-janeiro-brazil/ For links to more information about this place, please visit http://MovingPostcard.com Personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google.com/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

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        • Grand Canyon Sunset | July 14th, 2013


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          A time lapse of a sunset (with light rays) from the Desert View of the Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Sunset Stock Footage To license this time lapse, please visit bryansnider.com/license/

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          • Grand Canyon Sun Rays | July 7th, 2013


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            A time lapse of sun-rays illuminating the the eastern walls of the Grand Canyon. Time lapse captured from the South Rim's "Desert View" Grand Canyon Sun Rays Stock Footage To license this time lapse, please visit bryansnider.com/license/

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            • Venetian Macau


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              http://www.3rdplanet.com This is a sneak preview of http://www.3rdplanet.com latest location, The Venetian Macau (more locations coming up shortly) The Venetian Macau is one of the largest building in the world and model after key landmarks in Venice. Spanning across 56 football fields and hosting a myriad of services. Using our platform you can get a quick understanding of how this Wonder has to offer to the potential tourist. It is available via the web, PC, Mac , Android and IOS. It shows some of the features of the software including a Interactive 3D navigation controls, with Guided Tour, Points of Interest and Activities function which allow you to walk around. The best experience is still trying it out yourself .

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              • The World In 4K


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                I converted all these videos off YouTube so none of the videos are mine just the editing. Hope you enjoy :)

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                  http://theescapeplaceblog.com/ - Inspirational, amazing, and simply wonderful, these are some of the words that can capture and give justice to the magnificence of the 7 Wonders of the World. When asked to think and name the Seven wonders, most of us would imagine structures like the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China which leaves you with 4 more to think about.

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                  • 7 Wonders of the World


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                    7 Wonders of the World

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                    • Iguazu


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                      Iguazu, Argentina 2013

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