Using my JVC action cam in the backyard this evening, and set in time lapse mode, I shot a little over an hour of the sun going down (before my battery was expended) and then sped up the 2 and 1/2 minutes of footage I was left with afterwards so that you can witness todays first summer of the sun going down in around 40 seconds. Hope you enjoy!
As I promised fellow photo blogger joeinfocus that I had coincidentally photographed the same hood ornament he posted a photo of, while I was at a car show yesterday here on the westcoast.
This Cadillac hood ornament I had captured was on a that of a ’48 or ’49.
Shot at 1/160 second 38mm F8 iso100
Color splash added in photo editor app.
Some really neat time lapse deticated to all those in Los Angeles.
My brother’s band HARD SIX was fortunate enough to play in the Roadshow Revival show yesterday in Ventura California and open up for Los Lobos, The Paladins, James Intveld, Dale Watson and several other bands big in the Rock and Roll, Rockabilly, Hard Rock, and/or Country Western scene.
The show itself is a tribute to the music of Johnny Cash so, many bands had covered several Johnny Cash tunes while also getting to play originals of their own. This particular song is a new original medley from my brother’s band titled Black Syrup Sky performed live. Anyone living around the beaches or harbors during certain overcast nights may be able to relate to title on this one and anyone big on emotions or ballads may be able to relate to whole song itself. My brother is the bassist for the band.
My brother’s band performing one of their own original songs: Haunted Ride. This catchy tune and fun cheesy video of B-movie flair also contains cameo appearances by Bill Murphy (Fact or Faked: The Paranormal Files) and taxidermist Chuck Testa. My brother is the bassist for the band.
Hope you enjoy!
Thought i’d post a little video today and help promote my eldest brother’s band HARD SIX who will be playing this weekend at the Roadshow Revival show in Ventura Ca. with bands like LOS LOBOS and several others in the lineup paying homage to the great Johnny Cash. This is their Rock & Roll rendition of a classic Hank Williams tune Wedding Bells which they performed last weekend at The Whales Tail in Oxnard Ca. Although they can and do play many covers of good ol’ country western and rock & roll hits they have many of their own original songs as well which I will share later if you folks enjoy. 🙂