BMM Boston Media Makers 10th year Anniversary

31 01 2015

I tried a media marker experiment. I used Snapchat to create a Snapchat story consisting of photos and video clips. Withe permission from The Boston Media Host Stave Garfield I used his meeting roll call video and some photos shared by the group via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms to create this short video.

Today it Boston Media Makers 10th Anniversary and we celebrated it with friends sharing similar interests over breakfast.

If your ever in or live the Boston area, Boston Media Makers meets the first Sunday of every month. We never cancel and the coffee is free.

To learm more about Boston Media Makers please visit http://BostonMediaMakers.com

We hope to meet you at a meeting soon.

 





Have a Snappy New Year

28 12 2014

Where will I be tonight?
Lets have FUN!
Take a selfie with me (The Snapchat Ghost) where ever you are or whatever your doing with whoever your with and share it on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #SnappyNewYear.

Have a safe and very Snappy New Year!

 





Purgatory Chasm

19 10 2014

We had the opportunity to visit this natural resource. We when for the hike hoping to capture some foliage photographs as we are in the Autumn season. And we did. It was a great day in this amazing place. If you do a little research I’m sure no mater where you live you can find some place interesting to enjoy the sights and sounds and even capture a few photographs of your own. Enjoying Life!

Purgatory Chasm is a State Reservation.

A unique natural landmark, Purgatory Chasm runs for a quarter of a mile between granite walls rising as high as 70 feet. Popular with picnickers and rock-climbers alike, the Chasm is believed to have its origin in the sudden release of dammed-up glacial meltwater near the end of the last Ice Age, approximately 14,000 years ago.

Trails lead to a wide variety of rock formations, with romantic names as The Corn Crib, The Coffin, The Pulpit, Lovers’ Leap and Fat Man’s Misery.

The move was created completely using Google+ auto awesome movie maker functions including the music and translations. Also it was composed completely from my Android smart phone and uploaded to YouTube.

To learn more about Purgatory Chasm visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purgatory_Chasm_State_Reservation

Pergatory Chasm

Pergatory Chasm

Pergatory Chasm Trails

Pergatory Chasm Trail Sign

Pergatory Chasm Trail Walk

Pergatory Chasm Trail Walk, 1 Mile Loop.

Pergatory Chasm Trail Trees

Pergatory Chasm Through Trail Trees

Pergatory Chasm Leaves

Pergatory Chasm Leaves On The Trail

Pergatory Chasm Bruce On The Trail

Pergatory Chasm, Bruce On The Trail

Pergatory Chasm Path

Pergatory Chasm Climbing Path

Pergatory Chasm Stone Building

Pergatory Chasm Stone Building

Pergatory Chasm Reflection

Pergatory Chasm Reflection





West End Creamery & Family Farm

19 10 2014

West End Creamery & Family Farm is located just a stone’s throw from Route 146—between Worcester, MA and Providence, RI. They are down the hill from Purgatory Chasm State Park. Many come just to relax and enjoy an ice cream cone on our large outdoor deck overlooking Swans Pond. Others spend time with friends on our premier miniature golf course and finding adventure in our 5 acre corn maze in the Fall.

Come in to West End Creamery and stay a while. Absorb yourself in the charm of our post and beam building — solid oak timbers and decor from our dairying days. The waterfront property is a relaxing destination for all ages!

Injoy the fall adventure and corn maze with the family.

To learn more visit http://www.westendcreamery.com/

West End Creamery Tree By The Pond

West End Creamery Tree By The Pond

West End Creamery Thru The Trees

West End Creamery Through The Trees

West End Creamery Pond

West End Creamery Pond

West End Creamery Pumpkins

West End Creamery Pumpkins





Blackstone River

19 10 2014

On a ride back from visiting Purgatory Chasm and the West End Creamery we stopped off to see the Blackstone River area. In this area what used to be a factory is now living spaces and condos. Along the river banks is both a walking and bike path. This time of year as the leaves are changing in New England the repletions on the river was very nice and worth a few photographs.

To learn more visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackstone_River

Blackstone River Reflection Leaves

Blackstone River Reflection Leaves

Blackstone River Bruce On Bridge

Blackstone River Bruce On Bridge

Blackstone River  Fence

Blackstone River Fence

Blackstone River Reflection

Blackstone River Reflection

Blackstone River Rocks and Water

Blackstone River Rocks and Water

Blackstone River RR Tracks

Blackstone River RR Tracks





Through Your Eyes with James Patrick Kelly

11 01 2014

Author James Patrick Kelly 2010click this photo to listen to the audio clip

Hello, I’m Bruce Garber highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things and this is Through Your Eyes.

On October 23, 2010 I had the opportunity to meet Jim Kelly at PodCamp New Hampshire 2010. As PodCampNH ended for the day a few of us walkedfrom the camp to the the RiverRun Bookstore around the corned where Jim granted me this interview.

James Patrick Kelly has had an eclectic writing career.nbsp; He has written novels, short stories, essays, reviews, poetry, plays and planetarium shows. His fiction has been translated into sixteen languages. In 2007 he won the Nebula Award, given by the Science Fiction Writers of America, for his novella “Burn” and the World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Award twice: in 1996, for his novelette “Think Like A Dinosaur” and in 2000, for his novelette, “Ten to the Sixteenth to One. [from James Patrick Kelly web site – http://www.jimkelly.net%5D

To see the video click here:

To listen to the audio click the link below:
https://audioboo.fm/boos/1845308-through-your-eyes-with-james-patrick-kelly





Through Your Eyes with Martin Tighe at the North Pole

24 12 2013

Through Your Eyes FULL with Martin Tigheclick this photo to listen to the audio clip

Hello, I’m Bruce Garber highlighting ordinary people doing extraordinary things and this is Through Your Eyes.

Meet my friend Martin Tighe. Martin is a teacher, coach and extreme athlete. In this episode of Through Your Eyes I am highlighting Martin taking a short clip from a documentary we did on him a few years ago. Martin has accomplished many great feats in his life. This is just one of them.
You can do the same. Tell me what you have seen through your eyes.
I want to hear your stories. I want to know what you have seen.
It can be anything, stories of inspiration or motivation.
It can be about the circle of life or a difference you or someone you know has made in some way.
Here’s what you can do.
Record a video or audio file. It’s easy sit in front of you video or web camera, even in front of your cell phone camera. Use the audio recording app, most smart phones have and tell me your stories.
Keep it to 3 minutes or less. And send it to me in a Facebook or a Google+ message. You can upload it to YouTube or Sound Cloud or any other platform you use and send me the link.
I will gather these stories and share them as part of this new show Through Your Eyes.
By sending me your stories you are giving me permission to use them for broadcast on the show, on air or on line anyplace in the world.
Now think about it.
You can tell me your story in a video, or if you’re camera shy record an audio clip. Use any method you like, we just want to hear and share what you have seen Through Your Eyes.
Thank you for sharing what you have seen, Through Your Eyes.








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