There aren’t many places you can conveniently launch a homemade rocket.
But a blustery Scottish moor, reachable only by winding roads that twist around reservoirs, wind turbines, and plenty of sheep, is one of them.
Every year for a week in August, a group of amateur rocketeers convene at the Fairlie Moor Rocket Site, not far from Glasgow, to blast their DIY shuttles and spaceships into the skies.
This is International Rocket Week.
We humans we create, we work, we stay busy from birth to death and never rest. We build, aim higher, work harder, accomplish more, and to what end? "Balance" takes an abstract look at our modern world, the full and the empty spaces and time in which we live and choose to make our lives.
BALANCE is a a collaborative film by Brandon Bray and Tim Sessler
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Director of Photography: Tim Sessler http://timsessler.com/
Edit and Camera Operator: Brandon Bray http://decade.is/
Camera Assistant: Sam Hicks
Drone and Helicopter Aerials: Brooklyn Aerials http://brooklynaerials.com/
Helicopter Support: Wings Air Helicopters http://wingsair.net/
Music: Deaf Center - The New Beginning
Helicopter setup: Robinson 44 with MoVI M15, RED CF Weapon and Leica R 35mm Summilux
Drone setup: Freefly ALTA 8 with MoVI M15, RED CF Weapon and Canon CN-E 15.5-47 f/2.8 Cine Zoom
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Graffiti is a crime and you should NEVER EVER do it.
However, if you ARE going to vandalize something, you might as well make it hilarious. I mean, in a way, these people made these things better.
Before these were just well-meaning signs, and now these signs are spreading laughter AND knowledge.
It’s a win win! In the pics below, check out some of the funniest and best funny genius smartass vandalism ever seen.
Which was your favorite?
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Traveling trough South-East Asia and we where also in Vietnam!
Vietnam is famous for it's terraced rice fields in Sapa, North Vietnam and their busy cities like Hanoi and Saigon.
It truly is one of the most beautiful countries I've even been to.
Filmed on the Panasonic Lumix GH4 in 4K and 96fps Full HD.
I was traveling light, so I brought the Olympus 2.0 12mm and Panasonic 14-140mm lens.
Edited in: Premiere Pro CC
Color correction: Film Convert (in Premiere Pro)
Music, 2nd song: Sufjan Stevens - The Tallest Man, The Broadest Shoulders
The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project is a planned State-Sponsored Industrial Development Project of the Government of India. It is one of the world's biggest infrastructure projects with an estimated investment of US$90 billion, and is planned as a hi-tech industrial zone spread across seven states along the 1,500 km long Western Dedicated Freight Corridor which serves as its backbone.
It includes 24 industrial regions, eight smart cities, two airports, five power projects, two mass rapid transit systems and two logistical hubs. The eight investment regions proposed to be developed in Phase I of DMIC are Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad (in UP); Manesar- Bawal (in Haryana); Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana and Jodhpur- Pali-Marwar (in Rajasthan); Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow (in MP); Ahmedabad-Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) in Gujarat; the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park and Dighi Port Industrial Area in Maharashtra.
India needs to employ over 100 million people within the next decade and so this project assumes vital importance to develop manufacturing centres that could employ millions.
The ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has received major boost with India and Japan inking an agreement to set up a project development fund. The initial size of the Fund will be ₹10 billion (US$148.6 million). Both the Japanese and Indian governments contribute equally. The work is already underway and progressing at a rapid pace, with the Dedicated Freight Corridor expected to be completed by 2017.