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2 Jul 2009

Top 5 – Washington D.C.

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A couple months ago, the Travel Channel posted some assignments to alumni of the Academy. One of the assignments was to create a “TOP 5” style video piece highlighting famous locations. Now I know I will never be able to sell this footage, as the National Park Service will never sign a location release for me. But – since I had a ton of footage from my recent trip to D.C. I figured, what the heck, I will edit it all out into a slick TOP 5 anyway. good practice right?

This piece took me about 60 man-hours to create. A full week of work. The reason is because I used this piece to take my post production skills to the next level.. Over the last 3 weeks or so I have been studying and executing several new tricks available to post production video editors. Among those you will find in this piece:

  • Animated Title sequences
  • Vector Graphics
  • Motion Graphics
  • Color Correction (huuuuuge difference)
  • Complete audio editing of every syllable
  • Mic’d up sound effects recorded in post
  • And a new “outro”

I used this piece and the one before to teach myself how to use two new programs. One is called Motion. I use it for stabilizing shaky shots using “motion tracking”. I also use it to animate all the motion graphics and titles. If you pay attention, you will see those type of motion graphics and animated titling on professional TV series, so I am much happier knowing how to take the look to that level… Second one is called Color. Yeah, they are both part of the Apple Studio Pro system. The names are un-imaginative, but wow the programs give you serious power. Color is a professional level color correction tool. Gives you the power to do some big-league stuff with your video. First time I ever saw this kind of stuff was in the behind the scenes of the Lord of the Rings. With a bit of software and an artist’s touch, they could make the colors of the video change to suit the mood of the location, or timing of the piece. I remember thinking WOW. that is soooooo cooool… But here I am years later, and I know how, and have the power to do that stuff also. I used it in this piece to make yellow grass green, hazy skies blue, and black water come to life…. I was in DC in February, so the grass was all pale yellow, and the skies were grey. So when you watch this piece and see all the pretty grass, and blue skies – it is all a lie!! And guess what – I still think that stuff is awesome! Video used to be so impossible to alter. its 30 frames a second, and essentially you would have to edit every frame of the video – so even for a 2 second clip you would have to airbrush 60 pictures. Hoorah for technology!

I had also been needing to create a new “outro” to place at the end of every one of my videos. kind of like a video business card. So here is how I made mine. With Brandie’s suggestion, I went to Office Max, bought a $50 stamp that looked just like a passport stamp, knowing full well I would return it…I needed good light, so went into the backyard. My daughter Catherine and I taped my passport to a dining room chair, setup the tripod and for about 10 minutes recorded the action of me flipping the page of my passport. Fast, Slow, delayed, etc… I also had to get the stamp action just right, and itt had to be centered. I gave myself a few options until I recorded one that made me say YES! Then I captured the clip, and ran it through Color to make the blues pop. Animated my logo to match the hand action. Then recorded the sound of the stamp 100 times till I got it just right… Anyway, I am happy to have it done, and I like it. Now you know how much work went into that 5 seconds of film. Oh and I returned the stamp and got my money back. Love it! I’m gonna start doing that anytime I need a prop!

Without any further babbling, here is my TOP 5 “MUST SEE” attractions in Washington D.C.

7 Jun 2009

Abstract Oil Paint Artist Laura Edwards

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I spent the day watching Laura Edwards work on a new commissioned piece and talked to her about her roots, her work, and her unique style.

Laura is an inspiring Abstract oil painter working out of a noisy studio in the historic Torpedo Factory in old town Alexandria Virgina.

I shot this video piece on day 3 of the Travel Channel Academy. The same day that I shot “Balloon Man”. I was unsure how the balloon shoot would edit out so to cover my bases I shot this additional piece. I really enjoyed spending some time with Laura Edwards, she was talented, accommodating and inspirational.

14 May 2009

A weekend at the 2009 Scottish Highland Games – Las Vegas

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I spent the weekend at the annual Las Vegas Scottish Highland Games at Floyd Lamb park. Every year the community comes together to celebrate all things Scotland. As many as 10,000 people attend the festival, including families and representatives from many of the official clans of Scotland. You can also find many traditional vendors selling their wares.

For many the highlight of the event is the athletic competition. Young, Old, Professional, Amateur, Men and Women all compete in up to 5 traditional athletic events.

In the Food & Entertainment region of the park, you can sample dozens of choices of beers, whiskeys, ales, traditional meat pies, or Haggis.

The Annual Scottish Highland Games provide a great opportunity for Friends and Family to get together from all heritages, all nations to enjoy a cultural event that will provide you with lasting memories, a bit of history, and perhaps, a new perspective.

14 May 2009

my weekend with the filming of Adam Richman & Man vs Food

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This weekend I had a fun experience!  I was filmed for an episode of Man vs Food!  Twice!

I am subscribed to the local events calendar to keep me up to date on all the current activities and events happening in my area.  This helps keep me busy shooting new content for this site and the Travel Channel.  Mainly the calendar is filled with tidbits about charity drives, and celebrity concerts, but little bits of gold do appear after sifting through all that sand.

Like yesterday, I saw a post that the Travel Channel show “Man vs Food” was going to be filming in my town, and not far from home!  Even though this is a new show, my whole family is pretty addicted to this show already.  The host, Adam Richman is a sweet likable guy and the premise of the show is entertaining.  Basically, if you have not seen it yet – each episode is about Adam finding unique and stuffing places to dine in the host city, and then embarking on a food “challenge” where he must consume some enormous meal like a competitive eater to earn his place in history at that establishment.  It is my daughters’ favorite show on the Travel Channel.

Today was not the challenge portion, but Adam and the crew were fired up and ready to take on the “Hash House a GoGo”.  It is a locals favorite for breakfast and lunch that serves “twisted farm-food”.  Crazy and enjoyable dishes with enormous portions.  I showed up early and reserved a table close to the action where I could watch the filming of the beginning bits, and Adam sat down to a meal with a couple guys. One of which was Bobby Slayton, the “pit-bull” of comedy.  They had a huge blueberry & white chocolate pancake, and a few other items.  While filming, the production assistant came over to me and said “You want to be on TV?”.  Heck Yah I want to be on Man vs Food!  The mohawk wins again!  1) it gets me on the Travel Channel.  my dream job!  2) it makes me a hero to my daughters!

So I ordered a “Meatloaf Hash” and waited…  He made a stop at a large birthday party talking about the eats, and then came to my table.  We talked about my dish, and Vegas, and what Vegas’ spin on comfort food was.  Adam is a really likable guy and was very friendly with both me, and my girlfriend and her daughter.  We should make the cut – right before he goes to the kitchen.  He was very accommodating to all the fans in attendance, making sure to sign everything, and take all the photos people wanted.  I was impressed.  I cant begin to tell you how many personalities are not what they seem when off camera.  Anyways, back to the story, turns out he is 34 just like me.  We got along like old friends from the get-go.  He even gave me a big hug after our scene.  He signed some stuff for my girls, we took a couple pics, and I told him I would bring my kids down to watch the challenge the next day.

The next day my daughters were not in school so I took them down to the challenge portion of the episode.  He was here to do the B3 Burrito at the NASCAR cafe in the Sahara Hotel & Casino.  B3 stands for BIG BADASS BURRITO, and weighs in at an impressive 6+ pounds and about 18″ long.  I waited to talk to the hostess (who barely spoke english) to explain that I was a travel writer and looking to sit front & center to the action.  After about 40 minutes of waiting, I talked to the supervisor, and the main waitress in the area to plead my case.  Problem was, the area directly behind where Adam was sitting was 21 & over because of the proximity to the bar and to a blackjack table.  But I was aggressive and worked with the staff to get what I wanted.  At first I took the closest currently available table, and ordered some food and some drinks like a good patron.  I explained to them that as soon as a specific couple gets up to leave from the closest “family” table, it was mine – which they were OK with, and eventually did.  Once that table opened up, we moved and sat there for another 30 mins or so, until I saw the table directly behind Adam front row & center open up.  Even though this table was technically in the 21 & over area – it was borderline, and by this time the staff was on my side, so I slid right in and got one of the best seats in the house for the Challenge.

When the Challenge portion was ready to shoot, Enter Adam Richman, and the B3 Burrito – and of course a couple of Vegas beauties flanking him on each side.  The executive chef comes in to explain the rules.  Eat every bite of the 6+ pound burrito in under 90 minutes and earn the 3rd spot on the wall of fame of successful burrito soldiers.  And if he fails, he is rewarded with his photo on the wall of shame, and a pink T-shirt that said “certified WEENIE”.  My daughters decided they wanted to make a wager.  They wanted to bet on Adam and win something if he was successful.  They decided they wanted to wager $3 and a massage each!  This meant a couple things.  1) I had to bet on food.  (Adam losing) 2) I could potentially be out of pocket $6 and (2) massages.  I was ok with this though, I had seen him fail a few challenges before, and giving my kids a couple bucks and a massage is OK with me especially when making the event a little more exciting.

Challenge time.  He dives into the burrito like my brother in law dives into cake.  Huge bites and lots of chewing and swallowing.  Adam is by no means a professional competitive eater, so it was interesting to see the strategy.  People in the crowd are yelling encouragement, or placing bets for & against his success.  At one point they get volunteers to come up and cheer him on.  Naturally I get up cheer him on for TV.  My daughters also – get up and cheer him on.  Solo shots with Adam while ripping through the B3 Burrito.  I hope their scene makes the cut just for bragging rights.  They love this show.

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(spoiler removed at request of Sharp Entertainment/Travel Channel – I will repost it after the show airs) Guess you will just have to wait! 🙂

In the end, we all had a good time.  Watching my daughters get filmed on TV, cheering on Adam, and enjoying the experience with friends and family.  We are all much bigger fans of Adam Richman, and the show Man vs Food than we were before.  Watch for this episode Season 2, Episode 2 on the Travel Channel.

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7 May 2009

A walkthrough of The Washington Monument and it’s observation deck

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On my recent trip to Washington DC, and after I completed the Travel Channel Academy, I shot a number of short pieces about the landmarks and attractions of our nation’s capitol. The first of this series is this one. An overview of the majestic Washington Monument in Washington DC. Highlighting the views from the observation deck, getting tickets, and the commemorative stones placed within.

Even though I had been to the area a few times, this was my first time ever visiting the interior, and the observation deck at the top. It was really quite fascinating. From the top you can see incredible views of the entire DC area. There re unrivaled views of some of the most famous landmarks, such as

  • Lincoln Memorial
  • World War 2 Memorial
  • Korean War Memorial
  • Vietnam War Memorial
  • Reflecting Pool
  • Arlington National Cemetary
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Tidal Basin
  • White House
  • West Wing
  • South Lawn
  • Old Executive Office Building
  • Department of Treasury
  • US Capitol Building
  • Smithsonian Museum complex
  • US Supreme Court
  • Old Post Office
  • and much more!

There were many interesting facts about the monument I had never known until I visited. Did you know that not only is it the tallest structure in DC, but it is both the world’s tallest stone structure and the world’s tallest obelisk in height standing 555 feet 5⅛ inches? And at the time of construction, it was the tallest structure of any kind in the entire world!

For plenty of other information and fun facts check out the following links:
Washington Monument on Wikipedia
Washington Monument on National Park Service

21 Feb 2009

Fat Tire Bike Tours – Berlin Germany

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It is time for a historical travel blog. Going back to my first tale of adventure… It is intentional that I have decided to start with my very first trip to Europe. Berlin, Germany to be exact. This trip was a life’s goal, and was a life-changer. Not only did I get to experience my first far away inter-continental adventures and foreign language impact (other than Mexico), but for my entire life I have been fascinated by World War 2 (WWII). Berlin is by most accounts the ground zero – or birth place of WWII.

While in Germany I had 3 friends in country at the same time as I. My friend Brandon suggested we take the Fat Tire Bike Tour while enjoying Berlin. He had taken the Barcelona Spain tour, and said it was the most incredible way to experience a city. He was very convincing, and I was ready so all four of us signed up.

The Fat Tire Bike Tours headquarters is at the base of Alexanderplatz tower (Fernsehturm). Alexanderplatz is is a large public square and transport hub in the Mitte (city centre) district of Berlin, near the river Spree and the Berliner Dom. Local Berliners often call it simply “Alex”. The tower is easily recognizable, comparable to the Space Needle, or Stratosphere towers in the United States. At the very base of the tower are a few shops, including Fat Tire Bike Tours.

Upon Check-In we meet our friendly host Wolf, and tour guide Randell. The price of our bike rental and tour was approx 20 Euros. Quite a bargain if you ask me! The tour lasted around 4 hours, and is by far the best way to tour the city.  After biking around town for a few hours, and learning in depth information from our friendly and informative guide – we stopped for lunch at Schleusen Krug.  A charming Beer Garden in the center of the enormous park region of the city called the Tiergarten.  Comparable to, if not larger than Central Park in NYC.  Beautiful!

Below are some of the highlights of the tour, and links providing loads of further reading on each subject:

In a nutshell, I cannot recommend this enough.  I enjoyed it so much, I have since also done the sister tours in London and Amsterdam as well!

Here are some photos from this amazing experience:

Below is a map of the Bike Tour’s meeting location:

16 Feb 2009

my TCA final project

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This project was on Character Development:

This is “B”. He is a balloon craftsman down on the waterfront of Alexandria Virginia. One of the clown types that makes balloon animals for people. Colorful character with an attractive background setting. He turns out to be a great shoot. Great dialogue. A natural character with great soundbites. I love the way the shoot went. I watched him for a couple hours, shot him for 20 mins, and tipped him $20. He saved my day. Thank you B!

Travel Channel Academy – Balloon Man – Chris Paniagua – Thrillofadventure.com from Chris Paniagua on Vimeo.

13 Feb 2009

My first video from TCA

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I shot this story about sushi. As a “foodie” this was a natural. This was my very first class project for my Video Journalism course. Just my luck though, as I am shooting in the restaurant, who comes in to eat there? Michael Rosenblum. He wastes no time and starts barking orders at me on how I need to be shooting. NO! like THIS! haha I was nervous, and starving, and in a sushi restaurant getting drilled by “the man”. But in the end – he helped so much. the shot he was barking at me to get turned out to be the best framed shot of the whole piece – and I was the only one in the class that captured it. It pays to be lucky! Thanks Michael!

For me, I was satisfied with my first piece. In the shooting of it, I was not aware we would be crafting a story out of the shots, I was merely focused on perfecting the disciple of the specific shots required. So in the edit, when I discovered we were crafting it into a story, I was disappointed as I would have done some things different in the production of it. However, I am still happy as I kind of naturally had the shots required to craft and narrate a story. So in the end, after the screening I was satisfied when my piece received applause and a thumbs up from the staff.

Keep in mind, this video was shot after only 2 hours of instruction!

Travel Channel Academy – Sushi Basics – Chris Paniagua – Thrillofadventure.com from Chris Paniagua on Vimeo.

8 Feb 2009

I am a now a graduate of the Travel Channel Academy!

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Today marked the final day of my experience at the travel channel.  I am a little sad that is over.  It was an incredible journey.  I guess there is now going to be an “advanced” course offered now as well.  I hope I can find a way to attend.  Maybe Michael or the Travel Channel will give me a scholarship to that one hehe  😉

I was caught off guard when very first thing this morning, Michael walked into class, looked at me and said – “Hey man nice blog!”  I was stunned.  A) how the F*&% did he know about my blog, and B) I had only posted my last entry 7 hours earlier!  He said these things just feed directly into his brain!  hehe 😉  He is a cool cat…   All in all, I will miss the rosenblumtv.com staff the most.

Today we finished our voice overs, and audio edits of our second films, the character pieces.  It was really inspiring to see everyone’s finished products.  There were a few standouts in the class that can really output some great content.  Seriously, broadcast quality stuff. Mine included 😉

Overall, I was very pleased with my final product.  Considering the struggles I had yesterday in acquiring a shoot, and in production – I was able to manufacture a great little piece.  In the screening of the clip, there were lots of “Awwwwwww’s” at the cute kids and the back story and I didnt receive a single negative or constructive comment.  What I did receive was a “Great job!” and “really good work” from Michael.  I am satisfied.

After our last session was over, I talked to Sue Norton briefly about my ideas, and direction.  She gave me some helpful advice and ways to make it work.  This is after all, why I came here.  I will be aggressively pursuing this over the coming weeks.  I shot a couple sequences today for my VJ resume for the next job I will be trying to get.  Let’s just say it is basically the best job in the world so wish me luck 😉

Now I am off to just play tourist, and actually see some of the sights this beautiful city has to offer – and hopefully shoot a couple more pieces to go home and craft.  Now I need a laptop.  This keyboard kiosk is nasty, the keys do not work and it keeps making me mis-spell words, and lost my work.  The keyboard is probably coated in west nile virus.  It is FUNKY.  OK… I am off to wah my hands, grab a beer and then head out and find something adventurous to do tonight!  I will write more soon!

7 Feb 2009

Travel Channel Academy update

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sooooo much to say I dont even know where to begin. Let me first start off by saying that this has been a hell of a ride so far. The staff and trainers are incredible. It is amazing what they are able to get from some of the complete amateurs that are in the academy. People years behind the technology curve are still able to rise to the occasion. That says a lot about the skill of the operation. Michael Rosenblum is fun, exciting, engaging, and a great inspiration. He is harsh, and tough and will tell you that you SUCK you need it. But he demands discipline and perfection. I am so thankful to be able to use him as a resource and learn from him.

oh and check out his blog page about our class (of course I’m pictured hehe)

Anyway, this course is everything I wanted, and more. It has been very intense, stressful, and challenging. yet equally rewarding. I cannot think of many things I have done that can gain the same kudos.

Here is a recap so far:


After introductions, we have a “networking breakfast” at the travel channel breakroom where we get to meet and talk to several Travel Channel staff and the instructors and producers. It seems every single Travel Channel employee is required to complete the Academy! They actually get paid to attend. Lucky dogs! This is my life’s dream, and they don’t appreciate it. Regardless, the networking breakfast was insightful. I met and talked to some of the IT staff (naturally) web guys, programmers, and graphic guys, and some of the senior staff. Luckily for me, I have been able to immediately grab everyone’s attention in the building – much like I do anywhere really. Almost immediately, Sue Norton the director of short form content makes a beeline for me to settle an in-house bet that was already running among the staff about my origin. Sometimes it rules being a giant with a mohawk. Who am kidding. It always does!

After 2 brief hours of discussion on the (5) specific shots we need to perfect – we are thrown to the wolves straight away. We are given 3 hours to shoot a 20 minute documentary in a strange city, in someone’s business with no prep or lead time. Ready? Set? GO! oh no!!! We are told to expect 5-6 rejections. I lucked out. My first attempt said YES!

I shot a story about sushi. As a “foodie” this was a natural. Just my luck though, as I am shooting in the restaurant, who comes in to eat there? Michael Rosenblum. He wastes no time and starts barking orders at me on how I need to be shooting. NO! like THIS! haha I was nervous, and starving, and in a sushi restaurant getting drilled by “the man”. But in the end – he helped so much. the shot he was barking at me to get turned out to be the best framed shot of the whole piece – and I was the only one in the class that captured it. It pays to be lucky! Thanks Michael! This is what I am here for!!

After shooting our piece, we all come back to class to dissect everyone’s raw footage. PUBLICLY. in a forum he calls “public praise, public humiliation”. Surprisingly, 75% of the classes footage turned out very well! What nobody expected was that the others, a full 25% of the class were told point blank they SUCKED and were kicked out of the class straight away and told to go back out and shoot again immediately. I was one of the 75% 🙂 In fact I was told I did very well. I gained a couple constructive critiques, and was applauded. I was also the only one in the class that performed in his own video. I was nervous about this, as I was afraid of being hammered about “ego” but Michael loved it. He laughed, and said I need to keep doing that. I added to the piece. That made my day!


I was exhausted. Day 1 was like 10 hours long, not including my 1 hour each direction in travel time. I barely ate and barely slept. Plus I got woke up by text messages from the west coast. So this day started off on the wrong foot. Luckily, today’s lesson was about post production and editing in Final Cut Pro. Something I have many years experience in. I needed the break 🙂

Like the previous day, we began with a great lecture from Michael Rosenblum. Following that, we received a great lesson about the ins and outs of the editing software from Kelly Korzan, we all dove in and began to cut our pieces up. Everyone spent the entire day clicking and cutting away, and doing their voice-overs in order to make the deadline because at the end of the day we had to screen every student’s finished & edited first piece. I went into auto-pilot and since I am quick in post production, I had my final cut piece done in plenty of time.

The screening was a great learning tool. Watching a couple dozen edited short films made by your classmates is a excellent way to learn from everyone’s successes and failures. It was remarkable to see finished pieces that resembled news pieces – from a class of students that had merely 30 hours of instruction and no camera crew or professional editors. It is a testament to the technology and the staff.

For me, I was satisfied with my first piece. In the shooting of it, I was not aware we would be crafting a story out of the shots, I was merely focused on perfecting the disciple of the specific shots required. So in the edit, when I discovered we were crafting it into a story, I was disappointed as I would have done some things different in the production of it. However, I am still happy as I kind of naturally had the shots required to craft and narrate a story. So in the end, after the screening I was satisfied when my piece received applause and a thumbs up from the staff.


Ouch. Everything that could go wrong DID go wrong for me. Today was going to be another shooting day. This time the shoot was about character development, and a couple new shots. Another day being thrown to the wolves in a strange city or pre-production time. On day 2, I got a lead on a great story from Colby – one of the trainers. A local tattoo artist that has a lot of personality and a unique character. I called him up and he was willing to be in my piece. He just had to clear it with his clients – get their permission to be filmed. He told me to call him at 10am. So at 10am (30mins before we start shooting) I called him up, and he had to decline. Apparently his clients were getting “private” regions tattooed that day and were unwilling to have the experience captured on film. UH-OH. now I am panicked.

I start scrambling in a frenzy trying to find another shoot for the day… That is character driven. Kelly suggests I go ll the way down to Alexandria, VA to a place called the Torpedo factory. It is 3 stories of independent artists that each rent little studios . Imagine a small “mall” layout except each storefront is an artist demonstrating and selling their wares. I was told there is a great subject down there that is a metal sculptor. I’m thinking – perfect. The visual nature of the mask, and the welding torch and the art would make for a good piece. And if he is not available there would be other sculptors and glass blowers and ceramic artists that would all equally make intriguing subjects.

After an hour long journey south to Alexandria, and a half hour walk to the location, I find out that nobody is working today. There is apparently some art auction going on, so nobody is really making anything. They are all in sales mode. Now I am really in a mess. I am an hour away from campus, and hit ANOTHER DEAD END… I start to rush around old-town looking for a character. Please give me something! I am not gonna quit now! This is when I throw my hail mary and meet my new star wide receiver. His name is “B”. He is a balloon craftsman down on the waterfront. One of the clown types that makes balloon animals for people. Colorful character with an attractive background setting. He turns out to be a great shoot. Great dialogue. A natural character with great soundbites. I love the way the shoot went. I watched him for a couple hours, shot him for 20 mins, and tipped him $20. He saved my day. Thank you B!

I make the long journey back to the Metro, and the long journey back to the campus. I arrive 2 hours late. Luckily – again I made up all the time in post production. But the problems kept coming. Turns out my mic was not working for 4 mins of my footage! In addition, I accidentally recorded over another 1 minute of footage! I was down to half the footage I needed! But here is another way lesson one saved the day. DISCIPLINE. By capturing the shots correctly, and casting my film properly – it did not matter I had holes in the footage. I still had enough to make a great segment that I am proud of. His awesome soundbite, and my layering of audio, and post production audio mixing manufactured a piece I will not be ashamed to show the class for my final project. I will finish the voice overs tomorrow.

That is al for now. I am exhausted and need to get some rest. Tomorrow morning comes fast! I will post my videos  ASAP

Here is a map of Where I shot.  OLD TOWN – ALEXANDRIA, VA