August 26, 2009

The Years are Passing By. Do something, quick!

I love people's creativity. Check this out...!



Found via Daisy Janie.

about the video:
"A beautiful stop-motion ad celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Olympus PEN camera series. 60,000 pictures shot, 9,600 prints developed, and more than 1,800 pictures shot again. No post production!"

What are you doing to celebrate life today?

19 comments:

  1. Wendy, I can't tell you often enough how much I love your posts.
    I needed something uplifting today and here you are to brighten my day!

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  2. That was indeed very uplifting. I am celebrating life today by thanking God for the 50 years he has given me. There were times I didn't think I could make it but Iam so glad I did. Here's to life!

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  3. Wow. This video is amazing--I'm so glad you shared it! Now I have to go out and do the same...

    Your posts always give me something to contemplate, laugh at, or commemorate with others.

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  4. After looking at all the work and creativity that went into that video, I thought I would just lay down and have a nap until the rest of the day is over.

    I can't compete with that.

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  5. That was beautiful; I had seen it, but it was still nice to view it again.

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  6. It was really cool! Amazing work that went into that. Loved the music, too. :-)

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  7. Really amazing and affecting

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  8. Hey, I think that was me standing beside that VW bus on the side of the road! How'd they get that?

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  9. Woah! tripped onto your bog from the bolg Turning Iwatean Amazing what you can find when tripping across the internet. Thanks for posting that - it's an amazing piece!

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  10. That was great, but what happened to the guy's wife and kid? They suddenly disappear after the beach photos, never to be seen again...

    I'm thinking a grisly shark attack was involved that day at the beach, perhaps becoming Peter Benchley's inspiration for writing Jaws. The guy must have sold the rights to his story to the Benchley, then Spielberg went on to film the movie, and thus the guy's affluent, globe-trotting future was financed through the horrific aquatic demise of his family.

    Just a hunch!

    Kristian
    Coquetting Tarradiddles

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  11. That was amazing. I kept thinking it was celebrating the 50th anniversary of the guy and his wife, but then I thought, "They're too young." That was beautifully done.

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  12. arrrrgh. evidently i am the only one who found this sad. i guess i'm feeling blue today. and thinking how fast 50 years go by. and how scary it is that i even know that.

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  13. Wow... That really get you thinking. Great video! I am a newbie at your blog...loving this ;)

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  14. I'm back again! I have watched this 1,352 times, and that's saying a lot since I have a seizure disorder and stuff like this makes me really sick at my stomach, not to mention what it does to my brain! But I'm just fascinated with how the hell did they do that? Can you imagine how much work went into it, to not only gather the photos, but to do all the computer work. Just awesome!

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  15. That was gorgeous and I was in awe until I realized we were all getting older FAST.

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  16. Wendy,

    Very cool!! Thanks for sharing this one!

    Greg

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  17. thanks for sharing that!! its funny timing too. i've been sharing old pictures with friends i haven't spoken to in over 17 years, we're all feeling our ages this week, but its neat to be able to look back.

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