My Nomadic Life In Video – Part 1

I get it. Sometimes we just want to see a video and go on our way. For those of you who want to see where I’ve been, without scanning an article to look at photos (hey, it’s cool, I’m guilty too) here’s my first four months in video, living my nomadic life.

 

Iceland: Golden Circle Tour -European/American Continental Plates, Geysir, Gullfoss Waterfall, volcano … South Coast Tour -Sólheimajökull Glacier, Reynisfjara beach Wales: Cardiff Castle, Chepstow Castle, Goodrich Castle, Caerphilly Castle, Raglan Castle, Mermaid Quay, Castle Coch, Saint Fagan’s Estate, Brecon Beacons waterfalls, Carew Castle, Pembroke Castle England: Tintagel, St. Mawes, Saint Michael’s Mount… London: Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Tower of London Greece –Athens: Olympieion, Pantheon, Hydra Island, Paros Island Egypt – Cairo: museum, Giza Necropolis Complex – Great Pyramid & Sphinx, Funerary Complex, inside Red Pyramid, Memphis – Ramesses the Great, Monastery of Saint Simon (cave church), Mosque of Mohammed Ali, view of Cairo Tanzania: Tanga, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Chemka Hot Springs, Maasai tribe, Marangu Waterfall, coffee plantation in Moshi, Rau School in Moshi

7 thoughts on “My Nomadic Life In Video – Part 1

  1. Paula you have a good eye! You are so good at doing videos of your travels. This is definitely what you were meant to do. Not only does it bring you joy, but it brings joy to those who get to experience your journey through you. Amazing video! I loved watching it, made me feel like I was right there with you. <3

    1. Hi Shelley, Your comment brought me joy, thank you for leaving the comment. I’m glad you enjoyed and it brought you into my experiences. I enjoy writing, especially when I get to help others discover somewhere cool, yet I feel at home shooting clips and love editing video. Thanks again 🙂

  2. Excellent job Paula! You’ve been to some nice places and you have great variety there. I only wish you had labelled a few places in the video so that I knew where they were. But you’re video skills are amazing and you spend just the right amount of time on a shot. I could learn some video skills from you!
    Frank (bbqboy)

    1. Thank you Frank. I use a DJI Osmo Gimbal with my phone. I debated on labeling places; I like it done personally, but didn’t do it. I’ll add to the post where each place was shot. I appreciate the feedback😊

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