A hike with the crew of Hiking Around Philly in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia PA.
This was a walk with "Walks & Rambles in RI" meetup group along the Blackstone River Bikeway. We started at the tourist information center on I295 and trekked our way towards Pratt Dam passing by Ashton Mill and historic district.
The music played in this video clip is:
1- Ghost track by Daturah.
2- A Summer Without You by DestroyAllDreamers.
3- To Make a Portrait by Message to Bears.
4- ScrewDriver by Riding Alone For Thousands Of Miles.
A walk in the snow around Prospect Park with NYC Photo Outings last Monday.
A hike with Walks & Rambles meetup group in RI last Sunday ascending Mount Tom in a tiny bit of snow.
Although there was quite a bit of rambling throughout the hike, you wouldn’t hear it because of the music which was included in Headphone Commute’s compilation for the best modern classical 2010(part 1).
The following tracks are played in order:
Rafael Anton Irisarri – Für Alina on Reverie [Immune, 2010]
Richard Skelton – Of The Last Generation on Landings [Type, 2010, Reissue]
Nest – Far From Land on Retold [Serein, 2010]
Max Richter – Infra 5 on Infra [130701 / FatCat, 2010]
Peter Gregson – Flight Path on Terminal [Mute Song, 2010]
Hildur Guðnadóttir – Casting on Mount A [Touch, 2010, Reissue]
This clip was shot on Old Saybrook’s causeway between 10PM & midnight yesterday as the moon nears its full size.
The sky was cloudy and it looked like the moon was trying to navigate its way through the fluffs executing the same maneuver over and over again.
This video was inspired by the music of William Basinski especially the famous Disintegration Loops.
All music played in the clip is from The Silent Ballet Volume 16:
1- Kluwekracht IV by Bas Van Huizen
2- Shattering Surface by Acorn Falling
3- Marraskuu by Ous Mal
This video shows a journey aboard one of San Francisco’s Cable Cars earlier this month while visiting the city. The route the tram(cable car) follows is Powell- Hyde’s. Then the camera walks along the streets of downtown San Francisco(close to Union Square) observing different things happening at the same time. All the music in this video clip is by the brilliant Pianist and composer Fabrizio Paterlini based in Mantova, Italy(in the following order):
Lontana, dolcemente sospesa (Lunchtray remix)
Soffia la notte
You may visit his website at: fabriziopaterlini.com
A walking tour around San Diego’s submarine museum looking at the different ships and the Russian Submarine moored there.
Among the interesting ships is the HMS Surprise where Anthony Hopkins et al. made the famous movie, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World & of course B-39 stands as a reminder of the cold war era.
This is the first in a series of posts with pictures & videos captured in many parts of California earlier this month while my long time friends, Bilal & Ahmed, were visiting the States.
We started in San Francisco, headed North on US 101 towards Redwoods national park immersing in the beauty of the scenes on the way to Crescent City on the border with Oregon. The following YouTube playlist features 5 videos captured on the road and on foot while in Redwoods country.
And the following are the stills: