Monthly Archives: June 2012

Captain Beefheart: Ice Cream For Crow

Lest he be forgotten, Don Van Vliet (1941-2010).

Posted in music, music (eclectic)

Stock Time-Lapse for FREE

Presenting Dave’s FREE time-lapse collection! on Vimeo.  Various Time-Lapse scenes:  clouds, city scenes, landscapes, textures and what-not, mostly in High Definition, available for download, absolutely FREE.  More information and a demo film here.

Posted in awesome, stock footage, work in progress

The Land Unknown

Ok, I thought this movie was pretty cool when I saw it as a kid.  It was on a double bill with This Island Earth, which would’ve been a re-release in 1964.  It has horrible acting and a T-Rex that … Continue reading

Posted in cinema, movie posters, trailers

Pollini plays Bartok’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (1st movement)

Maurizio Pollini is one of the greatest pianists of the last 50 years and he is not afraid to champion work by more modern composers.  If you want melodic Bartok, check out his 3rd Piano Concerto, completed near the end … Continue reading

Posted in music, music (classical)

Scenic view of Golden Gate Bridge

This was filmed in December of 2008.  I carried the camera and tripod down a little spine of a ridge below the Hawk Hill parking turn out and was rewarded with this beautiful, unobstructed view of a winter rain storm … Continue reading

Posted in moments, San Francisco Variations

Godzilla vs Megalon Japanese Trailer

The undersea nation of Seatopia sends the gigantic Megalon to destroy the world above and it’s up to Godzilla and a size-shifting robot, Jet Jaguar, to defeat him.  (IMDb)

Posted in cinema, trailers

Full Moon over San Francisco

Last night I watched the full moon rise over San Francisco from the fishing pier at Fort Baker (Marin County).  Life is good.

Posted in moments, personal reflection, San Francisco Variations

Colorama shout-out

This is a small selection of the Kodak Colorama photographs which were on display (as backlit transparencies) in Grand Central Station, New York City from 1950-1994.  They were huge (60 feet wide) and over 500 were produced by various photographers … Continue reading

Posted in awesome, ephemera