Today I published a gallery of race photos from last weekend. You may check out the gallery at the Sri Chinmoy 2007 Yerrabi Pond/Mulligans Flat Multi-Sport Race. This is my favourite shot below, because of the concentration power there, and also because the expression seems so mutable.
I recorded some more vocals today, we will have to see what Rathin comes up with in response. I have seen him reading the music for Beethoven's violin concerto lately, so it might be interesting!
On classical music, I stumbled across the clip below. The music is composed and performed by an Italian cellist, Giovanni Sollima, and the clip is by a Norwegian called Lasse Gjertsen. It is called Sogno ad Occhi Aperti. It means, 'dream from open eyes,' or just 'daydream' if you are not feeling so poetic. The ending is cool.
The director said, "On the six arms parts, which by the way took most of the time to make, I filmed Sollima playing the different layers of cello after each other. I then edited the video frame by frame in Photoshop (remember, it's 25 frames per second of video), cutting his arms out from the other layers and pasting it on top, matching the movement of the cello. This was done ca 4000 times, by myself."
Impressive, but it may be old news to anyone who keeps a close eye on Youtube, as the director was the wunderkind of 2006.