Walking Through Fort Langley

This morning I got up early to do some street shots of down town Fort Langley, capitalizing on have hardly anyone around, and getting that nice sunlight as it just pops up in the East. This was day two of super sunny weather, but still way too cold for spring. The video is just some of those shots that I took this morning. For some reason I could not get the video to load from my camera, as I made so many setting changes over the last few days to it that I did not have time to fiddle with it while on the street–time was precious. So no videos, just photos in it this clip.

I think the middle part of the video is the best as that part is where I put all of the flower shots. The flowers turned out the best. Not surprisingly being the type of lens I am using.

I used just my 30mm Macro lens for all of these shots. With my camera, this works out to about just under a 50mm lens on a 35mm format.


Also, this is the first video that I uploaded in 1080p, and 720p formats. High Definition Video!

The music is me of course. I wrote this using the LMMS on my Ubuntu 11.10 PC.

Enjoy the video. Let me know what you think of it?

3 Thoughts on “Walking Through Fort Langley

  1. The video was great. I take it that it was taken in the early evening, being that no one was out and about. The flowers were great, but where is all the snow. After all it is still early spring. The railway clips was different, but interesting.

  2. Loved the music and I could feel the chilly early morning air from the photos – seeing the eastern storefronts were still in shade. I’d love to see more pics of the new IGA building in progress.

  3. Hey Turtle and Gudrun.

    The video (or photos) were taken early Saturday morning (around 7:15 to 7:45am) becuase who in their right mind would be up that early roaming the streets–except crazed photographers who like shooting street shots without people in them. 🙂

    It was bitterly cold out. If you look at the flowers in the video really closely, you can see the frost on some of them.

    Yes, I will be posting more IGA shots. 🙂

    Turtle–I liked the railway clips too. They make an interesting pattern in the photo.

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