Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lanka

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Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lanka

Postby Digger » Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:15 am

G'Day Slackers.
For those who may be interested...
For those who aren’t; watch something else.
I may run out of time to complete the whole video before departing for the GS Safari so i have decided to do it in two parts.
13 minutes of adult entertainment


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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Bozo » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:45 pm

Digger

Excellent adventure even with a few surprises for those who had followed your daily posts.

I find travel is a mixture of terror and exhilaration, wonder and wonder why you put yourself in such a situation, creativity and problem solving, spontaneous decisions that give you instant feedback and a bit of magic and a bit of concern. Your video shows all of these elements in a country with such an interesting history.

Great, enjoyed it.

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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Digger » Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:26 pm

Bozo,
Thanks for the positive feedback and assurance that what I do (and you do) beats the hell outta staying indoors and watching daytime television. I enjoy the Adventure and enjoy sharing the experiences good and bad. Even Trevor keeps comin’ back for more...you’d think he’d learnt by now.
So much to do...
:P
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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Robbo » Sun Feb 25, 2018 12:22 pm

Another great adventure and video Steve, great to watch.

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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby BillB » Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:05 pm

A very professional video Steve. I notice some tricky "phase in phase out" scenes along with drone footage and other clever professional movie making tricks.You certainly manage to draw in the viewers so they get the sensation of being there with you.
Who says you haven't got a job. " Movie producer??"
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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Digger » Sun Feb 25, 2018 8:56 pm

BillB wrote:A very professional video Steve.
Who says you haven't got a job. " Movie producer??"
.

Hahaha
This 'job' doesn't pay so well...
I am available for weddings, parties, anything (I'm starting to sound like Swampy; except I don't want the work).
:P
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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Digger » Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:58 pm

G'Day Slackers,

Part 2...only 10 minutes of your life that you will never get back.

Enjoy.

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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Bozo » Wed Feb 28, 2018 8:57 am

Digger

Another excellent production.

Interesting move to paisley/batik in the second leg. Lucky you did not stay longer or a sarong may have featured.

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Re: Video - Mongrel Dog Productions - Cycle Touring Sri Lank

Postby Digger » Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:43 pm

Bozo wrote:Digger

Interesting move to paisley/batik in the second leg. Lucky you did not stay longer or a sarong may have featured.

Bozo


If you are referring to my wardrobe then you are misled. I have had the shirt for years....too embarrassed to wear it (that may surprise some viewers). I figured if I couldn't get away with wearing it in Sri Lanka, then I couldn't get away with wearing it anywhere.
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