The first movie ever done by me as almost identical to this one except that some of the pictures are different and the song is the same. That was uploaded to Google video years ago. Google video is a thing of the past.
I do have a new camcorder that does Hi-Def videos that I can't wait to use when some colors appear that are not white. One of the benefits is that the changes made to Windows Movie Maker enhanced any pictures used in a video as well to such an extent they look almost as good as if I was viewing them directly from my picture file on my own computer screen.
To see that effect click on the far right icon to get a full screen and click on the numbers to the left of that icon and choose 720. Let it load a bit and then view. I think it looks pretty decent and wonder what you think and how it played for you.
You may not see the numbers until the video is started. How I wish I would have had this camera this summer but they just came out with it.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Sunday, January 16, 2011
There are several new pictures at the bottom that show where the bridge to nowhere actually ends.
I have been in the process of categorizing my pictures in a different way. There are 47 different folders and some go several different places. It's just at times as there are so many and don't know what to do sometimes but know they need to go somewhere and "Odds & Ends" is the go to place. Not much rhyme or reason but in this post most are from the same area.
This is a not very good picture of an underground coal fire in western Colorado. There are a number of these.
I like this picture taken at the McConkie Ranch just out side of Vernal,Utah. I wanted to get up to the building but that was not allowed. The fact they let you on their property to view the amazing Rock Art is more than enough.
An abandoned coal mine and the ridge at the right is in Dinosaur National Monument. This picture and all the others are in Utah. Remember about being able to click on the pictures to make then huge.
I tried to find where this rock came from on the cliff face but couldn't.
This horse fly was just hovering in front of me so of course you take a picture.
I like this bridge and it's a real nice one where the road ends four miles away. It's true.
The old and the new.
I spent quite a bit of time around here. There was a small camp site with bathrooms the land donated and facilities maintained by a nearby rancher that gave access to the White River. That's real nice.
I just like this picture. Can't wait for flowers to be in bloom once again. It's probably going to snow 20" in the next day or so.
New pictures in response to a comment. There is a story here about this bridge and the dead end road. This bridge is maybe five miles south of Bonanza,Utah. No man's land.