[one_half]Past days are gone. New life past the eclipse of the Sun..[/one_half] [one_half_last]New Moon post Eclipse – a little thin line, but if you imagine the rest of the Moon – it’s giant![/one_half_last] [fancy_images width=”460″ height=”460″] [image title=”Eclipse of the Sun”]http://greyarium.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Eclipse-of-the-Sun-2015-contrasts_res.jpg[/image] [image title=”New Moon post Eclipse”]http://greyarium.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/New-Moon-post-Eclipses_res.jpg[/image] [/fancy_images]
[vimeo url=”http://vimeo.com/121266723″ title=”0″ fs=”0″ portrait=”0″] ———————————————– Music – Swizz Beatz “It’s Me Snitches” (instrumental) Actor/Diver – Vladislav Semerenko Operator/Editing – Eleanne Grey Camera – Sony NEX-5N in Nauticam housing Spot: KAS, Turkey All rights reserved (c) greyarium.com
[vimeo url=”http://vimeo.com/47132712″ title=”0″ fs=”0″ portrait=”0″] Shot in Crimea, Ukraine. Video and editing by Eleanne Grey. Camera: Sony NEX-5N + 16mm f/2.8 Wide-Angle Lens + Ultra Wide Converter Nauticam NA-NEX5N underwater housing + Dome Port Secondary camera: Kodak Playsport (several captions in the video)
The Briare Aqueduct carries the Canal latéral à la Loire over the River Loire on its journey to the River Seine in France. It replaced a river-level crossing from the canal to meet the Briare Canal that was hazardous in times of flood. Between 1896 and 2003 it was the longest navigable aqueduct in the World until the opening of the Magdeburg Water Bridge. It is part of the Canal latéral à la Loire not, as is commonly believed, the Briare Canal.
I will always remember this moment – I entered the room in the morning, Roger was laying in his armchair he liked so much, soft sunlight cocooned him in this magnifiscent atmosphere of touchy smooth jazz.. It was like a minute of complete peace and hapiness, 60 seconds of such a beautiful calm I’ll never forget..