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May 01, 2012

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siobhan

Such a brilliant movie! The music goes perfectly with it, it's so relaxing and made me smile. Are you shooting with an SLR or a video cam? It's great that you can change the depth of field. I have an HD video cam but you can't do that with it. x

Nurhayathxcy J

Pressing imaginary Like button countless times while watching this video. Good job Kim!

Nicola Tingey

Oh I love this so much Kim. Moving photographs I would call them, with added sound! :)
I was in Hackney last week, by the Lea Valley and saw lots of canal boats - made me want to live in one toooo x

carmen

this is the greatest!
life can sometimes be really hard but that's small things that make it a positive adventure after all. i can't wait to see more of your 'film-work'.

Mandy

You are so beautiful and inspiring :)

Rita Jo

You make knitting look easy! It is not :) Keep up the stellar work, and I agree that you are beautiful and inspiring! I hope I can meet you someday.

Nerd Burger

Who did the illustrations of the people on the white paper in your film? They are amazing.

Shanta Devi

Kim, your video is gorgeous. The captures (moments) and the music are comforting and quiet and mellow. The lighting and focus choices really set a striking mood. Keep up the lovely videos -- I'd love to see more. :)

Em

This is super cute :) I love the concept.

Mad Dog

Wow! Fantastic work. Good pix, good music, good subjects, and all expressed very well. More, please.

Esther

What a wonderful video. Love how you captured those sweet moments.
I've been trying to capture day to day life and recently posted about it here. http://esthermcarrera.blogspot.com/2012/04/time-is-precious.html
Can't wait to watch the videos in 10, 20, 30 years from now. What a treat they will be.

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