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    A compilation of clips from a trip we took in the UK in the rather non existent summer of 2009. The target audience is my family so I doubt you will be able to hang on without bailing As you will see, my wife has a passion for digging up hidden boxes, maybe one day one will be stuffed full of cash.

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    Loved it Ken. How many home movies are edited as good as this. Not many.

    It's a bit late to be thinking about this shot and that shot some how it wouldn't be right to do that with this piece anyway. I loved the little mousy thing at 5:10 you did very well to spot that.

    As I'm me I'll pick one fault with it. the music came in a bit sudden at 2:54.

    What's with all the hidden boxes ?

    Nice one Ken.

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    Hi Midnight, thanks for the feedback. As usual your right in your observation and that music does come in too quick. No excuses for that one

    As for the boxes, its all to do with geocaching. There are hundreds of thousands of boxes hidden all over the world. You get the co-ordinates from the geocache website and go and find them.

    I have no personal interest in the boxes, but I do enjoy the walks to find them.

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    some nice shots in there shrimpy. some fitting music selections too particularly the gregorian chants over the monastery ruins.

    a friend of mine combines his photography hobby with geocaching .... never got into it myself

    btw, does mrs. shrimp know you included the "grumpy" shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by enc View Post
    some nice shots in there shrimpy. some fitting music selections too particularly the gregorian chants over the monastery ruins.

    a friend of mine combines his photography hobby with geocaching .... never got into it myself

    btw, does mrs. shrimp know you included the "grumpy" shot

    Thanks

    It will teach her to have Pizza when I am craving it

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    A film of memories which moves along at a cracking pace. FWIW I didn't bail or feel inclined to. I doubt you'll be fast forwarding when watching in year to come.

    It captured yours & Mrs Shrimpy's relationship really nicely too. I loved the pizza stuff - almost Alf & Else Garnett.
    Tim

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