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Painted Canyon 2016

 
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Aggroman
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PostPosted: Wednesday 12-28-2016 8:11 pm    Post subject: Painted Canyon 2016 Reply with quote

Thought some of you might like this. This was from August of this year and finally got it done and put out there. As far as food goes, we mostly ate freeze dried slop, but decided to have one meal with only what we caught. Amazing time.

From my blog post...

As 2016 comes to a close, I started looking back at all the great trips and adventures i’ve been able to go on this year. But there are so many unfinished video projects as well. It seems if it takes more than a week…then it will turn into two, then a month, then two months, and so on. That was the case of the Pecos River video from our August trip. Great intentions, but work and family took more of my time than before, and I found it hard to just sit down and focus. I know i’m not the only guy with a camera this happens to, but it is irritating. I had planned on a full narrative with a more short film feel, but couldn’t get it accomplished in a timely manner before the next new project was in the works and it got put on the back burner….again.

So, after much deliberation, I decided to skip the narrative since I already had a 4 part report with a ton of photos from this trip. And the more I thought about it, it would have been a bit redundant to be saying the same things that were in the trip reports. So instead, I decided to just let it speak for itself and let the viewer come along on this visual journey through the wilds of the Lower Pecos River where two father/son teams set out to spend a week going up rapids, battling heat, exploring shelters, and having the time of our lives.

Painted Canyon 2016

https://vimeo.com/189100119

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PostPosted: Thursday 12-29-2016 2:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another GREAT piece of work which shows a bit of the reason folks fought to come to this country and settle it!

Duke Gilleland
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PostPosted: Thursday 12-29-2016 10:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Aggroman your great, thanks for the trip, the film is great. I would love to do that some time.

Dave
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PostPosted: Thursday 12-29-2016 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Guys!
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