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    Negative effects of quarantine, grim exercises in Object and Animation, PTE AV Studio. If you don't like it, I agree. MUR
    Another marvelous production Maureen!!! Beautiful morning and evening light. Wonderful post processing of all the images, particularly the mid-morning to mid- afternoon images. Yes there were a few spots with the usual crowds, but overall, Venice looked almost deserted. You obviously must have scouted out your photo spots in advance. Music, flow, transitions all wonderful. 15 of out of 10 points!
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    A new slideshow. Venice, surely the most beautiful city on earth and possibly the busiest despite which we did manage to find a few of the quieter places. Res:16:10.
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    This is a remake of an earlier AV
  6. DUTCH

    My Quest

    I finally got the file to download, and am really glad I did. Jeff, I liked this one a LOT!! Perhaps more than any of your others, and that's saying something. They're all good! THANK YOU!!!
  7. DUTCH

    My Quest

    Three tries to download, and it failed about half way through each time.
    VERY nice! I haven't met Lefty, but did meet your first big guy some years ago. Keep up the great work of loving that dog and making great audiovisual shows! DUTCH
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    Beautiful and peaceful...what I needed...
  9. Cor Lokker


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    Melasti is a Hindu Balinese cleansing ceremony and ritual, which is held four days prior to Nyepi Day (Silent Day) according to the Balinese calendar. It is celebrated by Hindus in Indonesia, especially in Bali. The Melasti ceremony is held on the edge of the beach with the aim of clearing yourself from all bad things and leaving the past behind in the ocean. According to Hindu belief, the water source is considered to be the source of life (Tirta Amrita). In addition to praying, all the sacred objects that belong to a temple are cleaned and purified during the Melasti ceremony.
    Another great show Jeff
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    This is my Lefty follow up. It is story driven so it is a bit long. Lefty is nearing the end of her line now so I really wanted to make a tribute to her. When I adopted her I knew she was at least 6 years old and maybe more. She spent 4 years in a kennel after she was rescued. She had nipped a couple folks that had come to see her. I know dogs and know what sets them off and I'm used to larger breeds. And because I have been ill for a few years I no-longer felt right about getting a puppy as I am on thin ice myself. Anyway after a couple months with me she settled down. We are best buds now. We are going up to the Jemez Mountains this morning if I can get her in the car. I have to lift her these days but she has lost weight this last year while I have gained weight. It's going up into the 90s the next couple days and Lefty and I need a break. More to follow when we get back. I hope you enjoy Lefty's show.
    Hi Jeff - a beautiful girl and she found the perfect forever home. I appreciate what you have done for her and how she has responded. I too am the companion of a sweet soul I named Ruby. I've had American Pit Bull Terriers since I was 7 years old. My grandparents were breeders and when my last pit dog Buster died, I thought I would never have another dog, but as fate would have it, someone dumped a female who had been fought for many years in a ditch near the big Prosper Cattle Ranch in Flagler, Colorado. The ranch manager (who is also a veternarian) saw someone throw something out of a pickup truck and he found her and nursed her back to health then posted a note on Facebook. One of my dear old friends, a rancher who lives about 14 miles from Calhan, Colorado saw the note on Facebook and to make a long story short, my friend called me and said "I've got a dog for you." It told her I didn't know I was looking for a dog and she said "you are, now get your butt down here and pick her up. I drove the 360 mile round trip and brought "Ruby" home. She's a big girl - about 75 pounds and had deep scars on her back, neck and down to her throat. There is a place on her back where hair will never grow back. My late girfriend Lisah, who died March 1, 2018 had been a professional dog trainer and spent two years training Ruby as my service dog. Ruby was probably about 5 or 6 years old when I got her and she's now nine or ten - hard to be certain. She too has had all her incisors ground off and is still dog aggressive, but loves people, especially women and children. She's completely trustworthy and goes everywhere. When Lisah died, my friend who got Ruby for me and Ruby and I took Lisah's 89 year old mother to Oregon to live with Lisah's older sister. Since then I've made one more trip with Ruby to Oregon to take the last of Lisah's art (she was also a talented artist) to her mom. My friend Jan who got Ruby for me and I took a trip to New Mexico and Ruby was perfect in motels, in restaurants and so on. She's my best friend and constant companion. I'm certain that Lefty fills that same void for you !! Looking forward to your next video... Lin & Ruby pup
    Nicely done Lin
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    This show tells a somewhat subtle story. Notice that through the window, a rainstorm with lightning is raging and in the room, the fire in the fireplace is large with a roaring blaze, but in the painting, it's sunny outside with a small fire in the fireplace. This depicts the same place, but at different times. The techniques used include masking, PNG images, rain animation, lightning animation and the use of Visisketch Pro plus modifications by PTE. The intent was to tell a story with the painting. Hopefully, I was successful. Lin
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    I posted this a few years ago when I first met Lefty. Her name was Bacardi but I'm not into booze names. I spent two days at the facility after driving 300 miles to southern California getting acquainted. Of the 22 dogs she was the only one who wouldn't come out of the shadows laying in the back of her kennel not acknowledging anyone. I put up my camp chair outside her kennel and sat there for a couple hours with my back to the kennel. I dropped a few treats and gradually she came out and started taking snacks. I fed her that night and walked her in the morning and then took her for a short drive. That was it. I took her home but had to drive the entire 300 miles without letting her out as I would have to lift down from my 4x4 and thought her head next to mine when she really didn't know me was foolish. When we arrived at my AZ shack I just lifted her down quick and she went right into the fenced in area around my trailer. I would like people to know about her before I post another video in a week or two to update this beautiful creature as now she is quite old. I salute this beautiful dog.
    I enjoyed this show. The photography is excellent and conveyed the feeling of a deserted town and the gravestones of previous generations. The music really set the mood of the show. Thank you for sharing. Rosemary
    Fantastic. Perfect narration and you have a beautiful voice. Soothing. Well done.
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    Another view of South Africa
    Jeff this one is filled with emotion, drama and one can sense your emotional involvement. Well done.
    Nicely chosen music. Wonderful images of a desolate looking landscape.
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    The Richtersveld is an arid region in the north western corner of the Northern Cape, South Africa.
  15. Mickp

    My Quest

    A superb presentation, with excellent choice of music and very good transitions, pans and zooms.
    Hi Jeff Very well done, but sad The best for you and your family MUR
    Very moving with excellent music choice. I have emailed you.
  16. Jim R

    My Quest

    Very emotional production, well done Jeff. The music was very well chosen, images were beautiful and well sequenced. Obviously, as you said, a very personal presentation
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