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“Dreaming I Die” is LIVE!

I am thrilled to announce that the third and final installment in my Dreaming Trilogy, “Dreaming I Die,” is now live on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle editions. Took me four years to write these three novels. I wrote them in such a way that they can all be read independently of one another, but they make the most sense when read in order. All three books now have slightly different covers that show off the cover paintings much better. #Fiction #HistoricalThrillers #LucidDreaming

1st book: https://www.amazon.com/Dreaming-Wake-Kim-Lombard-Robson/dp/1537043072

2nd book: https://www.amazon.com/Waking-I-Dream-Dreaming-2/dp/1541160924

Daytime Fireworks in 4K Slow Mo

Gav and Dan have the biggest and most colorful finale of their Planet Slo Mo show that they could possibly think of.

A surfacing freediver in a cenote in Nah Yah, Mexico, by photographer Guillaume Bihet.

Which Dracula movie adaptation is most faithful to the original Bram Stoker book? Cinemassacre wanted a definitive answer, so they selected 12 contenders and put them up to the test. This counts theatrical and television, but no sequels, spinoffs, or spoofs. My favorite came in a close 2nd!

This Brazilian agate looks just like an ocean sunset. Photo by Jack Hoque.

George Lucas made a little movie back in 1976. You may have heard of it. Star Wars was unwatchable to the few filmmakers who got to see it. But it was an important project for Lucas, one he’d already poured his best efforts into. So they went back and re-edited the entire thing. When I say “they,” I mean the production team, but the magic that took place in the re-edit was due to the talents of Marcia Lucas, George’s wife at the time.

David Welsh of RocketJump Film School goes through how the rough cut was changed into what we now know as Star Wars: A New Hope. You’ll see a lot of the rough footage that was either deleted or changed -and even more important, why it was changed. You can see why Marcia Lucas won an Oscar for editing the movie (along with Paul Hirsch and Richard Chew).

In the Swiss Alps, by Richter Photographie.

“Boy on Horse” in Hyderabad, India, by photographer Shiva Krishna.

Sam O’Nella Academy shares a few of them with us!

 

Gav and Dan talk more with the engineers at CalTech about the technology behind filming the speed of light.

A stunning view of Switzerland.

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