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Jonathan Livingston meets HK Bixler over Bar Harbor, ME!

#1
http://www.youtube.com/user/goodkebo#p/a/u/1/gwcif3PiS1A

My first edited movie! Inspired by the gull. Rocked by the B-52s!

Took 6 hours editing to make 5 minute video but I think it came out pretty good. Hope you folks like it.

Used my HK Bixler with a Canon Power Shot to film. Plane was pretty stock except for up graded Dyson Hobbies V2 Park Jet engine and bigger 2200ma battery. Flown line of sight, saving up for full FPV rig. Started with this plane in July, it has been great.
 

con244

Senior Member
#2
Nice Video Good Kebo. Very interesting place there at Bar Harbour. I have heard lots of nice things about Maine and your video bears them out.
Cheers
Con
 

PaulT

New member
Mentor
#4
One of the few books that I insisted my children read.
Not to be too picky but I would mute the background audio.
Always nice to see another part of the world.
Great work.
 
#6
Yes, my parents gave me Jonathan Livingston Seagull to read when I was a kid. Had not thought of the book for many years. It came back to me the other day when I was working on getting some ridge lift over a local mountain with my plane.......several gulls flew by and joined me in formation for a moment..........
 

bbmagic

Junior Member
#7
A nice video, and wonderful scenery! I look at your coastline and I see all those rocks.... Yikes boating is for expert up there!

Just recently I found this book online and skimmed through it again after heavens knows how many years.
http://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/...richard_bach__jonathan_livingston_seagull.pdf
A wonderful story everyone could learn a thing or two from.

As a mild critique, the story quote goes by much too fast at the end but otherwise quite good! Thanks for sharing.
 
#8
A nice video, and wonderful scenery! I look at your coastline and I see all those rocks.... Yikes boating is for expert up there!

Just recently I found this book online and skimmed through it again after heavens knows how many years.
http://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/...richard_bach__jonathan_livingston_seagull.pdf
A wonderful story everyone could learn a thing or two from.

As a mild critique, the story quote goes by much too fast at the end but otherwise quite good! Thanks for sharing.

I was learning how to use windows movie maker, first day using it, couldn't figure out how to slow down the speed of the quote. I will get it down by the next video! Thanks