so? Did you try this thing out? If so, how did it go?
I tried it, and I really enjoyed it. It was like ‘Bring your camera at work day’, instead of a child. Yes, because I had to work that day. I was planning to go somewhere really awesome and special, and then I ended doing overtime on saturday.. Really bad. But at least I really filmed what I usually do during my normal days, here in Canada.
I will upload my videos soon, maybe tomorrow, today it seems to be really crowded and slow the upload page.
[Every picture has been taken with a Nikon D5000]
My day wasn’t that special, I just woke up, breakfast and then went by bike to the workplace. I encountered many bikers and runners, but nothing really special, unfortunately. I made a movie, using my camera as it were my eyes. It made the whole movie really cool, it was really as being me. I was turning my camera everywhere I was looking at. The bike riding part was even better, because you really have the feeling of the speed and the movements that only being in a bike you can have.
I couldn’t bring my camera inside the building, so I shut it down and I restarted the movie afterwards. I went to the river where I found two persons fishing, and I took some pics of them:
Afterwards I went to visit some friends, friends with whom I should have gone to Montreal for our Sushi saturday (I had to refuse, the overtime called 😦 ).
When I arrived there, they asked me if I was hungry, and they served me Sushi.. I was so happy and surprised, they bought extra sushi for me, because I couldn’t go with them to our ritual meal. I would have hugged them! After that, we watched Borat.
After that I came back home by bike, riding in the forest by night. That it’s something that really makes you return child, when you were afraid of the darkness. Well, during the way home, I felt like a child.
My ‘Life in a Day’ day ended watching ‘The Pink Panther’ with some roomates.
And you guys? What have done on July 24th? I am curious. Let me know!
Enjoy and peace