Monday, January 29, 2007


- One and a bit bus rides, really! For most of the clip I am on the other side of the bus from last time, on my way down to Modica Bassa, and for the last few seconds, you can see part of the more scenic route back up to the Sorda. [It has taken all day to do this!]


Lee said...

Fascinating area, Welsh...thanks for sharing it with us.

It took me just about all day to post a post of my own...firstly, I accidently deleted it when I'd almost completed it! Then as I was half-way through re-writing the damn power decided to go off...for about a minute or less, but enough to cause the loss of what I'd re-written. By this stage, I was in a real good mood! The third time, I kept saving what I was writing as a draft!! Frustrating!

I can just imagine what would happen if I tried to do what you have done in this post! ;)

Anonymous said...

Another excelent outing. What type of camera are you using?

Anonymous said...

Looks like it could be a great walk !!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Lee, it drove me crazy. First, I couldn't edit it properly and even to get the result I did took 2 days. Then it wouldn't upload - wrong type of file or something - then I got the right type of file on and it went and uploaded twice, causing more problems. After that I forget what happened because it had driven me to drink but I was determined to get it on here one way or another! The electricity here goes not quite at the drop of a hat but often because you forget the 3 kw limit and put too many appliances on at once - NOT good for my equilibrium! But I'm sure you would be much better than I am at such video projects!
Thanks, steve. What type of camera? - Err- I'll just go and have a look... Right, it says it's an HP Photosmart R507. I bought it in the computer shop here last year and I told them I wanted the simplest, most idiot-proof digcam they had. I am a woman whose motto is, "Only read the instructions if all else fails" [otherwise life would be no fun , would it?] so most of what I do with the thing is trial and error.
Sally, it could be a great walk, yes, but those hills are steeper than they look! And a lot of the roads are pavementless so I wouldn't recommend that route for walking just yet!

Ballpoint Wren said...

How beautiful it is. I would love to see it in person.

And I am so proud of your Youtube movie!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Thank you, Bonnie. It was you who inspired me to have a go at Youtube, you know! I can't do sound effects and proper editing like you can, but I try! And if you and your family ever want to come over, Bonnie, Simi and I will show you around!


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