to downlod this film please click the vimeo logo on the bottom right of the frame above - that will take you too the vimeo page for the film - there you wiill find a download button
With five of us aboard a lot of stills were being taken and their view of the experience is as valid as mine. So I have attempted to move comfortably between still and moving images. The bits of dialogue you can hear in the background are as they were picked up by the mike at the time. taken
Fraserburg was a bit of a shock
I do hope I have not upset any fishermen by using the final trawl song. I respect the quality of their work, the way they safely deal with the sea in all her moods. They work hard. It is just that their days are numbered - even the deep sea blokes.
the films are getting more complex so I thought you might like to see what the time-line looks like
If you expand the image you can see the video tracks above the line - the stills have pink tops. Below the line are the audio tracks - the blue ones are audio from the films - sometimes they have been slid around a little so that they fit the pictures better. The green tracks are the music and the voice over.
Incidentally, this morning I got a comment on one of the paypal taps
I like the films because....: I just watch the pictures as being totally deaf, the dialog is not available to me. Wish it was though!
No sound of the water creaming around the bow, the noise of the seabirds under those massive cliffs, the woodland birds in the morning when you are stuffed right up a creek among the trees, the sigh of the boat as she lifts off the sand with the incoming tide
as my dad used to say
"count your blessings"