Saturday, June 14, 2008

Virginia: First Month


it's been about a month since we arrived in virginia. been having trouble picking up my camera as much or editing my own videos. we're offline a lot, so that might have something to do with it... i feel i'm on a roll here though so there is more to come!

18 comments:

Markus Sandy said...

It's so good to see you two again. I see you are getting down in the garden straight off. Got any chickens yet?

Ze Nuno said...

Good to see a video from you two.
Sweet calm moving pictures you put together. keep the flow then, we want to see more.
:-)

Robert Croma said...

A great new chapter. Virginia looking lush (despite the plastic mayhem covering the sweet potatoes!). Dig for victory.

J said...

I started blogging about a year ago. Your blog was one of the first that I read/watched that motivated me to start mine. Now beginning to learn to vlog and podcast. I always look forward to your blog posts. Thanks for the inspiration.

Clintus McGintus said...

looks beautiful out there.

raven said...

yeah to digging in the dirt...
here's what you two got me started on...
www.raven-yogagarden.blogspot.com

say... what camera do you recommend for video blogging, as you can see, mine is a bit shady.

raven

Charlene said...

thank god! I was wondering how you two were doing! geesh. gets weird if it's too long before you post something. Welcome back to humidity and plastic. oye.

David said...

Nice - Virginia is such a green, beautiful state! Hoping everything's dandy there!

Brook Hinton said...

Hooray! At last!
Evocative, beautifully edited, no surprise there of course. Love the night shot of Jay in the car, the supermarket section!!!, all of it really.

Michael Aivaliotis said...

Thanks for the updated video guys. I liked the shot of Jay staring into the glowing LCD as the car headlights came up on the background.

You guys got cabin fever yet? :-)

missbhavens said...

Man, alive is that ever gorgeous. No wonder you're offline a lot.

I've never seen an individually wrapped potato in all my life. So weird.

Rupert said...

The pictures! The sounds! If I told you how your filmmaking makes me feel, you wouldn't believe me. I have a funny feeling inside, and it's not the Thirsty Beaver beer I just drank.

I was hoping that you hadn't been posting every day of your move, so that I wouldn't feel so bad about not posting mine. Now we're both settled in the sticks at opposite ends of the country, we can restart vlogging together. It'll be like Duelling Banjos.

Batman Geek said...

Hey look who's filming! It was weird looking at the opening shot, I was like, "Hey, i've been down that road!" Glad to see you back, and can't wait to see more! You guys ROCK!

Richard said...

This place looks beautiful! It looks like you guys are really doing what you said you were going to do. (Not that I doubted it :)

Lan Bui said...

Hi! nice to see you again.

ZuDfunck said...

Man oh Man
Hard to imagine not waking up the Mac right after I wake up
It must bring a different way of living
Not ready for that
Maybe 'cause I am of an older generation
I like the instant on.

I cheer you on,though
and relish the adventure
and will try to stay aware of it.

ZuD now on LifeinHD.tv
just in case

Aaron Valdez said...

No yam shall go unwrapped. Nice to have some dirt to call yer own.

LaBlogga said...

very nice commentary on the supermarket food supply!

i hope you two are enjoying virginia, we miss you in SF