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    Would love to go back to this part of the world, but too late now. Wonderful landscapes, Jeff, as I always expect of you.
    As always enjoyed both of these, Jeff. You live in such a beautiful part of the world with wonderful landscapes. Enjoy your use of good music, too.
    Hi Jeff, Great show of such beautiful places, I am surprised that in 2009 you used video already in your show. I myself was much later with that, because of camera possibility. Great music also with just the right nostalgic feeling. Thanks for showing, Bert
    Nice one Jeff Beautiful scenery, clips and stills will transitioned. (Always wonder about you running out of gas is some of the places you visit!)
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    The images in part 2 are quite wonderful to me. Governor Basin is probably my favorite spot that one can drive to...as long as you use 4 wheel drive. And just below is Yankee Boy Basin where folks from all over come to take photos and paint all the lovely flowers and mountains that are present. It's just a fantastic spot on our lovely green planet.
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    This is a complete remake of an earlier show. Now that we can use video at a good quality and compress it enough to not worry too much about how much megapixels used, I can make an entirely different show. Lots of fun for a guy that can't get out and shoot new footage. That will change soon for all of us. Also, newer software can now enhance the quality of the still images as well. I'm very pleased with this new show. Keep in mind it is a one week adventure with my pal Coolhand Karen and Sammy, our 4 legged pal. The show is in two parts. I hope you like it. Jeff Lunt
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    Hello, This is my second slideshow with a sport topic this time and a rock n roll soundtrack. I had the chance to follow the World Street League of Skateboarding contest a while ago in Brazil. First and foremost, I found the event very interesting and challenging. I did not know at that time that it was a qualifier for the coming Olympic Games Scheduled in Tokyo and that there would be the first medals given for this sport. I hope you enjoy it and find the same energy and force from the pro athletes while they perform their jumps and tricks in the conc
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    Hi Mathieu, For a first slideshow this is very good, unfortunately for non-French speakers the most images remain a mystery. Maybe you could at text in English every time you spoke. I agree with Jeff, that the quality of your images could be less snapshot like. I like (travel) shows where there is an interesting subject and I think you found one in Cicero. Thanks for showing.
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    Great show. All the necessary pieces are in place. I don't speak your language but I can say you have a pleasing voice. I was very interested in this show. My only criticism was the quality of the images. They looked more like snapshots. I still enjoyed the show and for a first time out you really did a great job. Keep at it. You are on the right track. Best wishes...Jeff
    Très beau voyage au Mexique, instructif et original. merci pour le partage...
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    Hello, The making-of :-) I had the chance to visit Brazil in its inner part in 2019 and got to travel to the sertao. The conditions there can be very rough, and the people adapted as they could. The subject This story presents Cicero in his environment and daily tasks. It shows how he prepares and cuts stones out of the existing mountain... The comments were added in French to let you discover how to prepare the tools and to use the Natural ressources to develop the nearby village. I hope you like the overall experience.
    Great show Jeff, those almost cut like petrified pieces of tree trunks peeked my interest. Maybe someday I can see them myself. Thanks for showing, Bert
    Jeff. Such an adorable trailer !! But yes, I know you like to travel light and sleep outside under the stars. Again wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing !
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    Back when I was first diagnosed with cancer I was given 1 to 4 years and that was that. My wife Karen talked me into spending money and getting a few things to soften my life. I had this trailer for 18 months. By then I knew I was still too rough to keep a beautiful trailer beautiful. I like rough out of the way places and I was going to quickly wreck this cute trailer. I sold it and went back to traveling very light. This show is traveling from Arizona where I bought the trailer back to New Mexico. I passed Petrified Forest NP and thought I'd take a look. I hope you enjoy the show.
    Sorry to hear the sad news Jeff. A great av and fine tribute to a good loyal friend.
    Just wonderfull.I'm a FAN.
    Well done Jeff. You certainly have a magic touch with your camera. Wonderful landscapes, but how you find them is beyond me.
    I likely saw the presentation when first produced and was impressed then but it comes across even more so now. Beautifully crisp images, wonderful landscape, bleak/desolate at times, full of interesting formations and much evidence of water and wind erosion. Well done Jeff
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    This video is pretty much the same as the one I posted years ago except I've touched up some shots and posted it in 4k format for what it's worth. I enjoy pushing the envelope as I use a fairly large screen that can play 4k shows. With PTE it doesn't matter what screen you have as it plays perfectly on any screen.
    A lovely tribute to a great companion whom you gave a comfortable home to. Thanks for sharing. I certainly hope you are doing much better and are out of the hospital now !!
    Really sorry to hear that, Jeff, as I know what she meant to you. Hopefully you will get the chance to give another dog a good and happy home.
    Nice memories of a member of the family, Star of many productions.
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    My good pal Lefty died last August while I was in hospital. This has been the longest time in my adult life that I've gone without a dog. Since I've posted a couple shows in the past starring Lefty I thought I'd wrap it up with this post. Nothing arty, just some nice video and pics of Lefty. I miss her so much. If I ever get back on my feet I'll see if another older dog needs a home.
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    This is a flower show in close up. I started this project to test out Luminar AI, in what it can do for me to convert RAW files to JPEG. I stopped using Lightroom, because the old version 4.4 has problems on my new PC. I don,t want software that charges me € 120 on a year base, for lightroom and photoshop.
    Great. Thanks for sharing and reminding us the countryside we are missing. Roger.
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