French Impressions

We said goodbye to France last Saturday.  Too soon and long before we had exhausted the clip library.

So we knitted together some of the better bits that had not made it in.  One last french daydream.

It has been suggested that the pictures do not need as much commentary as they have received.  So this time I will be brief.  Thanks for watching.

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About Paul and Karen Brisson

Producers of SlowTV. Scenic videos that use light and motion to explore the natural world. We make them, watch them and enjoy sharing them. Please watch and comment.
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6 Responses to French Impressions

  1. Wanda Cooper says:

    Paul and Karen: You have experienced and captured some beautiful spots and the wind in France. The countryside lends its relaxed, quiet (except for another dog which is a requirement in every French household) atmosphere to SlowTV in a perfect way. I had to look at It’s a Lot again to compare – tough choice but the river calls.

    Wanda

  2. gstempson says:

    Very nice. The fullscreen sunflower shot was very intriguing. I think those kind of shots have some real potential. I also liked the first sunset picture with the out of focus background. Very eye-catching.

  3. Deborah says:

    Very beautiful shots. The Sunflowers were marvelous! Thanks for taking us along. Looking forward to seeing what you do with England

  4. grace says:

    I loved all of your France footage. It’s so beautiful and peaceful.
    Thank you for all that.

  5. Don says:

    Nice collection of out-takes.
    Au revoir.
    Don

  6. Don says:

    I think this was one of the best in this series. I liked the slow change of scenery, the slow movement in the foreground and the bare hint on french voices in the background. I agree with the comment about the commentary being too involved.

    Marge

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