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45: Shanghai, Some Kind of New

It was so humid. I thought I was in a swamp but turns out just Shanghai in early July. We boarded the bus to take us to our hotel, making plans of how we were going to meet in the lobby 15 minutes after arrival (despite being fresh off a 12 hour flight) to venture out for light shopping, massages and food. 900 more words


Featuring Ultra HD Aerials of Idaho

Idaho the Movie 2 features a special treat for viewers:  sweeping aerial cinematography of the entire state.  Director Tom Hadzor spent six days in a full size helicopter fixed with a gyro-stabilized camera on the nose.   76 more words

Documentary Photography

Life in the Lonely Void

A major consideration behind constructing a spacecraft that is often glossed over is the brain of the spacecraft. In most cases, this is a crew module, or a remote control module relaying orders from somewhere. 1,709 more words

What made Elizabeth Jane Cassidy write #CATALYST?


263/366: Lap of honour

Today’s post is dedicated Andy and @alanmaccuish – these two guys gave up a feel weekend and sacrificed their own wants and needs to crew and support for me at the Self Transcendence 24 Hour Track race in Tooting Bec, London. 73 more words

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WRITER/DIRECTOR Elizabeth Jane Cassidy


COMPOSER Stephanie Hay