At the end of the day .… “Julian Lennon – Through The Picture Window”!!


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~~September 17, 2015~~ 

Julian Lennon gives fans a look “Through the Picture Window” with new documentary

(This may not be totally current but I just found it.

I admire and enjoy Julian.

I wish him all the best, success and happiness.

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Julian Lennon is a musician, photographer and a filmmaker. You can also add cook to that list. Some may not know this, but John Lennon’s son is very good in the kitchen, revealing that if he weren’t a singer or visual artist, he’d likely be a chef.

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He wants to tell the story behind “Everything Changes,” his fifth studio album and the first to hit the U.S. in 15 years. The set comes nearly 30 years after Lennon unveiled his debut, “Vallotte,” which spawned the hit “Too Late for Goodbyes” and earned a young Lennon a best new artist Grammy nomination.

Ever since he’s been in and out of the music industry, exploring his other passions during those long stints in between albums. “I love the writing and recording and performing but all the business stuff in between is not something I care for too much…In regards to all the work I do I very much consider it from an angle of being a true artist,” said Lennon. “And a lot of use of was being made of whose son I was, Beatles…and all of that. And I wanted to push away from that – and I wanted to prove myself –- to myself first and foremost –- that was actually I guess as good as I think I am in the songwriting department and all the work I’m doing.”

But a couple of years ago, the timing for new music just felt right, so Lennon, 50, hit the studio to record the tracks for “Everything Changes.” The songs that made it on the album span many themes –- from romance and introspection to humanitarian concerns. The lead single, “Someday,” features mystical Eastern melodic motifs, as well as a guest appearance by Steven Tyler.

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http://www.cbsnews.com/news/julian-lennon-gives-fans-a-look-through-the-picture-window-with-new-documentary/

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http://www.julianlennon.com/news/470-through-the-picture-windown

https://www.facebook.com/julianlennonofficial?fref=ts

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~Through The Picture Window~

Julian Lennon

~Published on Dec 10, 2013~

Trailer for the Julian Lennon feature length documentary, ‘Through The Picture Window‘. Released 11th December 2013. Available on DVD and App.

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To start the day …. Hidden miracles of the natural world!!


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~~March 13, 2015~~ 

Louie Schwartzberg

“We live in a world of unseeable beauty, so subtle and delicate that it is imperceptible to the human eye. To bring this invisible world to light, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg bends the boundaries of time and space with high-speed cameras, time lapses and microscopes.”

At TED 2014, he shares highlights from his latest project, a 3D film titled “Mysteries of the Unseen World,” which slows down, speeds up, and magnifies the astonishing wonders of nature.”

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In this TED Talk, Louie Schwartzberg takes the audience on a journey from the largest objects to the smallest atoms by exploring cinematography in three forms: time-lapse, slow motion, and microscopy.

Time-lapse footage allows us to see those things that are too slow for us to notice on a day-to-day basis such as plants moving, mushrooms blooming, and the planet itself changing. A macro view of these things allows us to see life move in a new way.

Slow motion lets us take note of things too fast for our eyes to pick up such as how birds fly and insects move. In particular, Schwartzberg focuses on the magnificent flying abilities of a dragonfly, which is known as “nature’s best flier” because it can hover, fly backwards, and even fly upside down. You’ve probably noticed dragonflies during the summer exhibiting some their flying prowess, but Schwartzberg’s slow motion footage takes an in-depth look at just how these small insects are able to accomplish something that we could only mimic in helicopters in the 1930’s.

Finally, Schwartzberg takes us to the microscopic world, showing us the beauty of worlds too small for us to take notice of. One particularly interesting point in his talk occurs when the camera zooms in on the ant’s leg to reveal yet another smaller creature living on the ant. We rarely take notice of life smaller than ourselves, our pets, and occasionally the insects that disturb us. It’s fascinating to visualize life so minuscule, yet so vital to our own survival. I found this segment of the talk the most fascinating because of it’s uniqueness. It’s not often that you get a chance to dive into this world.

One form of microscopic life that Schwartzberg doesn’t get a chance to dive into is bacteria, which provide the foundation for life on Earth through a myriad of functions including decomposing biological materials, acting as catalysts inside our bodies, and modulating various other functions. It’s estimated that only 5% of all bacteria is harmful to humans, the majority of which can be taken care of through proper hygiene.

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“As it appears in …. full read/full credit”

http://www.abhinayashutosh.com/blog/2014/05/29/ted-talk-review-louie-schwartzberg-hidden-miracles-natural-world/

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~~Hidden miracles of the natural world~~

Louie Schwartzberg

~~Published on Apr 9, 2014~~

We live in a world of unseeable beauty, so subtle and delicate that it is imperceptible to the human eye.  “Mysteries of the Unseen World,” which slows down, speeds up, and magnifies the astonishing wonders of nature.

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#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #hrexachwordpress

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We ALL are ONE!! 

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