Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
Schnell nochmal die die Fische durchzählen.
Tim’s awkward lift experience has left its mark on him. Now he gets the chance to deliver the come backs he’s been working on for years. Keep an eye out for my cameo as a sweary blind man.
“Spirit” is a celebration of the human spirit, shot on location across Nepal in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and at the Nagi Gompa, Namo Buddha, Tamang and Kanying Sherub Ling monasteries, as well as at Pashupatinath temple. The film’s action follows a community of nuns and monks, young and old, as they prepare for a major ceremony, and is based on a poem spoken from the perspective of a narrator questioning the nature of their own existence.
A bit of an edit put together after visiting Yosemite National Park for the first time. Unfortunately I only had 24 hours in the park so I had to work fast to get enough shots to put together an edit.
The skies were blue so the colours weren’t amazing. This was part reason for me to convert all the imagery into Black and White.
“GOOOAAAL!” This effusively long, reverberating howl is a soccer (fútbol!) staple. Long ubiquitous in Latin America, it found its way into the ears of U.S. viewers thanks to sportscaster Andrés Cantor. For the last 30 years he’s delivered passionate play-by-play, landing TV commercials and late-night appearances after calling the 1994 World Cup. Meet the man whose pulse-pounding cry helped the USA fall for the beautiful game.
This fly on the wall documentary about policing football, goes behind the scenes on one of the most volatile matches of the UK season. Following both police and fans as they do battle on the streets of Birmingam.