Status Report: May 2017
This is an update for my YouTube subscribers and includes footage for the in-development Endlight. Watch on YouTube or embedded below:
- Professor Klik “Wire & Flashing Lights”
- Wendy Carlos & Rachel Elkind-Tourre “Title Music From A Clockwork Orange”
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6 thoughts on “Status Report: May 2017”
Pleasantly bizarre. Is that what you call a moor?
Hey kfix, those aren’t moors – there are two locations featured. The location when I’m walking around and at the very start is Mickleden Valley. When I’m talking to the camera with the hat on, that’s Blea Tarn which was frightening to drive to. I’ve never seen so many potholes in my life.
Thanks, it’s the Blea Tarn location I was talking about. Looks lovely in a bleak way. Reminds me of this wonderful place https://www.trailhiking.com.au/cradle-mountain-tasmania/
Speaking of potholes, I had the recent dubious pleasure of a motorcycle trip on this rutted horror of a road https://goo.gl/maps/sSb5sXQbwjz. I actually broke a tooth. Also a great destination though, just had to find another way home.
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Blea Tarn actually looks Sound of Music beautiful; that shot (and time of year) with the overcast weather makes it look more bleak. However, here’s a shot I took later when the sun came out to play, with some water. The potholed road was a nightmare as it was climbing higher and higher, with a steep incline to DEATH on the other side. At one point we hit a group of bikers coming the other way. I did not, in any way, wanted to have to reverse.
That Cradle Mountain looks AMAZING.
Ooh, that’s a beautiful shot. That does look a lovely place to be. Google street view is an amazing thing, I can follow the roads around there all the way up – they do look pretty crazy in spots, especially where they are restricted by all those drystone fences. Would love to take my bike up there some time – slowly 🙂
Cradle Mountain is one of the best parts of Australia, pretty much the only genuine Alpine-like country we have.
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