I am determined to make an actual bucket list soon, but for now I have a few things pinned in my brain – especially concerts of aging musicians. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I really appreciated The Beatles, but now I can’t get enough.
It was the second night in a row of a sold out show, but Paul McCartney is not the typical 70-year-old. Starting out with “Eight Days a Week” and ending with “Yesterday,” Paul played many of The Beatles songs and music from Wings, as well as his own. The audience loved him (you can hear people around me singing along), and with two encores, Paul McCartney rocked the house.
I took these videos with my iPhone… at the very top seat of the house. If I ever get a chance to see Paul McCartney live in concert again, I will be getting closer seats. Then I can cross that one off of my bucket list.
I’ve taken thousands of sky photos, so a few years ago I decided to choose about 70 of my favorites and put them to a video. After adding some of Youtube’s free music, it became more of a relaxing meditation video. When I’m feeling stressed, this video takes it all away. Enjoy!
I love Photoshop and what it can do! I edited and threw together this short video of a few samples of what Photoshop can do to transform one single photo in many different ways. There is much more I can do and could have done with this, but I will save that for a later date.
My first ever Renaissance Festival was in Tampa. It was a high school field trip, and I immediately fell in love with everything about the era (well, maybe not the food). The clothing, the music, the natural-ness of everything… Besides Tampa’s Bay Area Festival, I visited one in Wisconsin years ago, one in the Florida Keys, and another in Phoenix. The one in Phoenix was the largest I’d ever seen; the one in the Florida Keys was extremely tiny. Tampa’s is great and if you enjoy festivals such as these, then you must go. Here’s a glimpse of it: