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posted by Daniel at 7:17 PM
It's very hard to express how many emotions that stirred in me, and without arrogantly taking up the comment space with my own reminiscing, I think it's important to point out how very poignant that scene may be for so many of us. For me, a year out a terrible breakup with someone I loved deeply, that scene made me want to cry and yet it made me equally happy because I still love and very strongly believe in love. It was so beautiful for an enormous range of reasons, and for me, anyway, it was powerful because it was able to do so much at once.This is the coolest series of videos I think I've ever seen. Good week for a series of thought-provoking definitions.
the clarity, light and color are extraordinary.the rain and wet surfaces along with the intimacy work well in this evocative and beautiful piece.thanks for sharing your work with us.
Beautiful! (and although the video itself is, what's more beautiful is what it draws out in me, killerb described it well)
Can anymore really be said after David's "Yowsa!"?I'll give it a shot, as have others. I am impressed at simpleness yet creativeness of this piece. I also think it is beautifully shot as well as compressed.Intimacy, yes I think that is what heaven will be like. Beautiful intimacy.
Killer bee said it all but your videos are the ones that I grab passers by and say look at this - LOOK AT IT!Magic stuffthanksAdam
You're definitely killing me with this one.REally just 1.5 months from summer, whereeverything is like this video.
I think it's cool how you set the volume level low, forcing the (curious) watcher to crank it up. It really enhances the feeling that you're seeing something private without the uggy peeping-tom aftertaste.
that's a beauty!
very nice video. it was sweet...
that was really amazing. it completely captured my attention.
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