Thanks, Shug! I like the under hammock POV -- very fluid. Who needs a Steadicam?! Lookin' forward to the review!
might be my favorite of all your videos. I love the way you think through what the shot will look like, and when it comes off, zowie! I especially like the reflecting pool shot.
When over at your youtube site I saw that you have over 2,000 subscribers, someone else pointed out you've had nearly half a million views. Half a million! Wonder if you've ever encountered someone entirely by accident (e.g. not a show or a hang) and someone grabs you and says "Hey--aren't you that crazy hammock guy on youtube???"
(alias ProfessorHammock on youtube)
A Whooooooo! Whoo! Whoo! Buddy!
BillyBob58 posted about a fella that survived a bear fight without a knife. You would have done good agin' that wolfie!
"We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately." - Ben Franklin
Shug, great video. I really enjoyed it. About the trail magic, i know that is when someone does something nice for another hiker. But does the guy you left the bag for know its for him? If i find things when hiking i leave them where they are figuring who ever left it there would be back for it.
Again a thankee Yankee. Always love the videos with shots of hammocks the most.
My Tuesdays overnighter will be at a place called Svanninge Bakker (bakker = hills), more precisely in Sollerup Skov (skov = forest) sitiuated in the south east of Fyn, the second biggest Danish island. The exact location for the hang is not settled on as of now, but God willing I will post a video from the site (never tried posting video before so this is no promise) or some photos.
And the doors for Mamajamba. Ordered them too. And love them I will. I am in love with all that spells HAMMOCK, as in the word NATURE.
Wow .... half a mill. Never knew!
Met a few folks this summer who were not hammock folk who watch them .... pretty cool.
I had the camera under water for the shots. Fun stuff.
Shug, Thanks for another great couple of videos. The only problem I had with these, and I must say all of your videos, and I might be nit picking here, but they, well how can i say this, end
It was great to see the colours of your fall and to see the magical encounters with wildlife in the wilds.
Thanks again and keep those videos coming
Awesome! The wolf . . . wow! and Congrats on the 100th toutube video!
Shug--how you do that panning shot with you and Karl looking through the pine boughs...it's when you are speaking, the camera pans away and slightly left to right...hard to explain. 1:32 second.
Cheers and all. Australia .... fantastic land.
OK .... just the Ken Burns effect done in post-production.