I was set on getting a close up photo of him. The question was how could I achieve this? My answer was to make a camera trap, a remote camera setup that I could fire the camera shutter from a far off distance much like what the guys at National Geographic do to get their photos of evasive snow leopards. Center manager Margie Furco said that Tom hated the color blue and would attack it.
14th May 2014Quote: “I’ve been saying I want to direct movies since I was 10 years old, and then I started making movies and working with such incredible people that I realised what I was up against. So it was like, no way, now I’m gonna get more attention than I ever should just because of who I am. I’m grateful to Sage, because she was like, ‘I have this little thing, no one could tell the story better than you.
In this telling, Powell succeeds in elevating the elements of a folk tale (and a tale about folks) into a haunting piece of literature. In “Come Again” he displays a cinematographer’s deft touch in framing, and leverages color to move us through time and other, more subtle changes. The overall effect is somewhere between a Stanley Kubrick movie and a John Denver album, and even that is only going to get you into the ballpark, because Powell’s sense of pacing and knack for gentle misdirection over 272 pages, he has time and the patience to bake in some real foreboding sets up a mood and a payoff unique to the medium.
Vipassana meditation in prisonsGoenkaji’s Vipassana meditation technique has been practised even by prisoners inside the prison premises. It first started as a trial program in Jihar jail India in the early 1990s. The successful trial program in Jihar then spread to other prisons around the world in countries including Israel, Mongolia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Thailand, Myanmar, United Kingdom and the United States..
Editorial: Back to square one for Curo’s cable carThere are clearly no easy solutions to the problem of how to move people around Bath in a more efficient and cleaner way18:08, 21 JUL 2017Artist’s impression of the cable car station at Mulberry Park (Image: Curo) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSo, now that the cable car has joined the eastern park and ride plan in the bin, what’s next?Residents are celebrating for the second time in a week after proposals they felt would harm their way of life, damage the environment or simply wouldn’t work were thrown out.This isn’t criticism of the campaigners far from it. Democracy doesn’t stop on election day and they used their democratic right to protest against plans they despised.But the fact that these two major plans are now consigned to the dustbin means, to some extent, that we are, as a city, now back at the ideas stage.Read MoreThe Bath cable carThere are clearly no easy solutions to the problem of how to move people around Bath in a more efficient and cleaner way, but a solution must be found.And like the park and ride, that solution will probably not win universal acclaim. It may not be popular and some Bathonians may end up having to live with something they hate.And like the cable car which, whether you like it or not, was a radical idea, that solution may be something that is completely different from anything that has gone before.Yes, we need to protect this city’s beauty and history, its economy and unique selling points to visitors and businesses, and crucially we need to be able to move Bathonians from A to B.We also need to protect future generations’ ability to breathe fresh air.