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Morning commute video

Posted by Ferdinand 
May 18, 2011 09:55PM
Here's a little in-car video I put together of my morning commute.






rkj
May 18, 2011 10:46PM
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Ferdinand
Here's a little in-car video I put together of my morning commute.






Wow, that's a creative little film Ferdy, loved it (nice driving). You've got the fastest wipers in the world though!

I remembered the first day of spring here, I think we got snow too... the music was great also, what was it?

Thanks, Rick :clap:
May 19, 2011 05:06AM
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Ferdinand
Here's a little in-car video I put together of my morning commute.






Very good!

spinning smiley sticking its tongue out
May 19, 2011 07:00AM
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rkj
the music was great also, what was it?

Sunshine Superman - Donovan
Walkin' down the Road - Ozark Mountain Daredevils
May 19, 2011 11:14AM
Nice job, how long is your commute? If I would speed up mine by four times, it would still take just under 20 minutes and would contain quite boring parts.
May 19, 2011 11:35AM
In case you want to know, mine is somewhat like that:





The movie was made by a friend of mine, for the celebration of 125 years of the bridge.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/19/2011 11:35AM by Jose Pinto.
rkj
May 19, 2011 05:14PM
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Jose Pinto
In case you want to know, mine is somewhat like that:





The movie was made by a friend of mine, for the celebration of 125 years of the bridge.

Hummm, another nice one, and the bridge. Wow, a pathway for everybody thumbs up

I know it says where that is but can you tell me where it is too, Portugal right? It's lovely smileys with beer
May 19, 2011 06:26PM
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rkj
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Jose Pinto
In case you want to know, mine is somewhat like that:





The movie was made by a friend of mine, for the celebration of 125 years of the bridge.

Hummm, another nice one, and the bridge. Wow, a pathway for everybody thumbs up

I know it says where that is but can you tell me where it is too, Portugal right? It's lovely smileys with beer

According to google maps is 42.03461N,-8.644438E
That particular bridge is not actually part of my commute, but the morning train is that one, I am waiting several stops ahead to go all the way to Porto. It passes several metal bridges along the way, namely Eiffel bridges in Viana do Castelo and Barcelos.
I just thought the movie was somewhat cool, and close enough to what is my life...
The commute Viana-Porto takes 1h30, and i often sleep through most of it...
May 20, 2011 06:28AM
Very cool! Just a little disconcerting when cars appear or disappear (or change into other cars) at the daily transitions. ;-)

I certainly miss looking out over that hood...

Cab
1990 325i(s)
2004 325XiT
December 29, 2011 06:08PM
I'm having fun with my new GoPro camera. It can do time lapse photos.

To try it out, I stuck it to my office window and set it to snap a photo every two seconds. An hour and a half later, this is what I got.

I get much more work done now. No longer do I need to stare out the window all day to keep track of what's happening outside. Now I can reduce it all down to fast-forward for just a minute and a half without missing any of the action.

It's amazing all the stuff that's going on out there!

Ottawa Circus:




December 29, 2011 06:49PM
Amazing how much we resemble ants in our daily activities winking smiley

Glad to see that all the puking hasn't dulled your sense of humour :cool2:
rkj
December 30, 2011 05:59PM
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Ferdinand
I'm having fun with my new GoPro camera. It can do time lapse photos.

To try it out, I stuck it to my office window and set it to snap a photo every two seconds. An hour and a half later, this is what I got.

I get much more work done now. No longer do I need to stare out the window all day to keep track of what's happening outside. Now I can reduce it all down to fast-forward for just a minute and a half without missing any of the action.

It's amazing all the stuff that's going on out there!

Ottawa Circus:





Nice one. You work on the other side of that window, doing?

Ferdy, what format does your camera shoot in and what do you use for editing please.

Cheers, Rick
December 30, 2011 09:42PM
That's really cool. Oddly fascinating somehow.

I could do the same thing out of my office window, but I think the ground-level view of a square meter of grass (or snow) and a transformer just wouldn't be as compelling.

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Dave
'91 325iX
rkj
December 30, 2011 10:37PM
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Dave_G
That's really cool. Oddly fascinating somehow.

I could do the same thing out of my office window, but I think the ground-level view of a square meter of grass (or snow) and a transformer just wouldn't be as compelling.

Worth one still Dave?
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