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A rather wonderful video of Porto in B&W by Armando Jorge. Forget about the equipment used just enjoy. Even the music is good, so sound on.

 

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Hi Veejay. Thanks for putting this up on the site. The music is good - any idea what it is or the details please?

Rob

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51 minutes ago, robthebruce said:

Hi Veejay. Thanks for putting this up on the site. The music is good - any idea what it is or the details please?

Rob

HI Rob, The lovely music is called "River flows in you" by Yiruma, a Korean pianist. Search Youtube and you'll find this and more of his stuff.

The video above is followed by a double stills video of Rural Portugal in colour and another in B&W, again with good music.

A tip here in case anyone doesn't know - when you view these on a website such as this one, if you click on the Youtube symbol lower right, you can view it direct on Youtube where you'll often find more info and similar videos to check out.

Vic

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