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Very nice!!!! Serene and calming. Nice work. I'm not into head banging noisy music in videos. I really like your selection for these views. :)
 

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Sometimes it is hard to find the right music and once you do editing the video so the music and video complements each other.

On the Yuneec forum I moderate at we have a fellow who writes a lot of music for our videos. All he asks is to give credit for the music in your video.

Soundimage.org
 

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Beautiful, very nice and calming. Almost dozed off and fell out my chair here at work. Mosquitoe Alley? You have skeeters up there?
 

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There were a few spots it could have been better but even with bug spray on those skitters are a pain. Hard to get that smooth flow when you are slapping skitters :)
When I first flew out to the RR bridge I wanted to yaw to the left and kind of keep going until it was framed in the center. Have no idea why I started to yaw to the right. I realized and stopped which to me ruined a good section of the video.
 

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It happens, I am still trying to get used to paying attention to and compensating for both flight AND framing at the same time...can be difficult. I am always habitually looking outward for the XSP and not focusing on the screen and task, practice and more practice.
 

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There were a few spots it could have been better but even with bug spray on those skitters are a pain. Hard to get that smooth flow when you are slapping skitters :)
When I first flew out to the RR bridge I wanted to yaw to the left and kind of keep going until it was framed in the center. Have no idea why I started to yaw to the right. I realized and stopped which to me ruined a good section of the video.
Them skitters go away when it gets cold, right? Oh, and what about your tire problem, ever get that spare off?
 

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Skitters will be gone in Nov.
We had a lot of rain this year which just brings them out to hatch. Just as the sun is setting is the worst time for skitters and that was when I was down at the river.

Truck tire is still stuck. Talked to a few people about it. All seem to think soaking it down a few more times with penetrating oil and then heating it up till it is red hot might do the trick. If not a cutting torch is the next step.
 

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That's just crazy, hope you don't end up damaging the rim or tire. Is the tire in good shape?
 
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There were a few spots it could have been better but even with bug spray on those skitters are a pain. Hard to get that smooth flow when you are slapping skitters :)
When I first flew out to the RR bridge I wanted to yaw to the left and kind of keep going until it was framed in the center. Have no idea why I started to yaw to the right. I realized and stopped which to me ruined a good section of the video.

I hate when I do that......
 

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