(click on the photo for my second day on the train)
after a full day of praising the wonder of EDVO, i done gone and left the damn modem on da train. a fool i am; pissed i got. btw, i'm extremely surprised how well most of the sunset photos turned out. i haven't changed a single pixel from camera to flickr!
if you get a chance, check out alex's write up worldchanging. i love this little quote...
Geek with great enthusiasm! Noel is full of that spirit, and he can be a difficult narrator, but his blog is also full of thoughtful, sensitive, intelligent citizen journalism about the moment in which we find ourselves.
to be honest, i just thought i was a bad writer. ;)
now back to Leonard Cohen's sad thoughts of humanity.
i've finally got all of my photos from istanbul and the rest of my european journey on flickr.
as i'm out skipping around planning my journey to Cairo and india, check out the montage of images.
what do you warn you about in amsterdam? the damn trolly tracks... it also didn't help that we had been bar hopping and my vision was impaired by many of the city's wonderful creatures.
after 30 mins of decompression, andy and i walked back to his humble abode. in the morning, i found a wonderful assortment of nicks, scrapes, and nearly severed thumb.
day 21's pain
day 22's pain
Recoded: 30 May 2007
Locations: video is shot in Beavercreek, Ohio; photos are from around the world.
Tags: Noel Hidalgo, Marlyna Hidalgo, Parents, Interview, History, Photo montage, Beavercreek, Ghosts, ccMixter, oldDog, narva9
Music: Don Quioxte by oldDog and Don Quioxte (with guitar, vocals only attached) by narva9
About: at the end of may, i ventured to the midwest to attend on old friend's wedding. on the way back to new york city, i stopped by my parent's home in beavercreek. for three days, we chatted, told stories, and reviewed old photographs. in the evening of the last day, i asked my parents to sit down for a interview. this segment contains seven minutes of an hour long interview.
the photos that bookend this segment were rescued from my paternal grandfather's house. starting with rare photograps of my great-grandmother, the intro primarily contains images from my father's side of the family. the ending photo montage contains photos of me primarily shot from my father.