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The Land of Broken Dreams 1.0.0

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I've posted this years ago but I was never satisfied with the show. I've touched it up and added two video files 1920x1080 that show how well PTE now incorporates video. 

This part of the western US is still quite unspoiled with adventure available at every turn. 

The file is quite large as I use a 43" screen to edit so I have to keep the files fairly large to enjoy myself. Anyway, I hope some of you enjoy the show.

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Another evocative show.  Thanks, Jeff.

Response from the author:

Thanks Judy. I try to have a mood or direction to a show so it moves forward and makes use of the multimedia tools PTE now has but it is hard to know how folks will receive it. I'm very pleased you enjoyed it.

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Jeff, somehow I missed this show when you published it about a month ago,  so glad I found it

This is a beautifully made show and a great subject, the music enhances the mood of the solitude and desert landscape.

Thanks for posting.



Response from the author:

Thanks Bert. It is always hit or miss with the other slideshow people. I'm glad you liked the show.

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Beautiful Jeff !

Response from the author:

Thanks Lin. Quick question...I haven't heard from Ken Cox in a long time. Is he still doing okay? It is always unnerving to not hear from someone of age these days. And how are you?

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These comments apply to the two recent posts: Beautiful landscapes, beautiful photography, music really appropriate to the themes.
That dog was a great companion, pity they live less than humans.

Response from the author:

Thanks Manuel. You are so perceptive...dogs are wonderful companions and they do live for a very short time. My only comment is...if they lived as long as us I would only have known and loved one dog. I have known many and they were all wonderful. Thanks again Manuel.

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I loved this show and will definitely keep it.  Very atmospheric with superb photography.  Thanks Jeff.


Response from the author:

Thank you Maureen. I'm so pleased you enjoyed the show. I too thought the atmosphere was right on.

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