of you who read my blog
will know that I climbed the side of Hay Bluff, alone on
Sunday to make this film and that I am sure that the climb
nearly made my heart give out. This short film is the result
of that little escapade.
have made it for the tourism part of 'Wyenot' and have also
made a new page about Hay
Bluff to go with it. This is part of my master plan
to spread the tourism section of 'Wyenot' further into the
Wye Valley and Forest of Dean.
believe that in the blog, I said that I would also be filming
May Hill for inclusion in this film and that it was going
to be about hill walking. (I say, 'believe' because I have
been asleep since I wrote the blog and I'm too lazy to read
it again at the time of night I am writing this.) I did
film May Hill, on Tuesday and Tina came with me. We took
it very slowly and she actually made it to the top. (For
those who don't know her, this was a real achievement as
Tina suffers badly with a spinal problem.) As it worked
out though, I am trying to keep these 'short' films short
in reality, and there was too much footage from Hay Bluff
to fit them both into one movie.
hope you enjoy the views. The film was exhausting to make
but I really enjoyed making it. One of the best, I think.
It is, as always in high definition, so you can watch full
screen, but if either your computer or internet connection
is slow, you can switch HD off and watch in SD - though
the quality obviously will not be as good if you do.
this is a rather quickly scrawled item but I have been at
this computer all day and it is very late. The other thing
I did today (yesterday actually as it is 1.30 am) is update
the map on the 'Ross-on-Wye'
page - exchanging the original I drew back in 2000 with
a panoramic aerial photo of Ross Town, which I have made