Tao of Two
A while back we traveled up the coast to Mendocino visiting an old friend. He’s become the owner of the Brewery Gulch Inn. During our stay he toured us around the area. We forgot how great it is. Check it out…
Wondered upon this and really liked it. I’ve always liked the idea of fixing things. That when something breaks or can just be made better, that you fix it. Sometimes it’s not a thing, it’s an idea or a project that you’re working on. Satisfying when you make things better.
Allosaurus /ˌælɵˈsɔrəs/ is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived 155 to 150 million years ago during the late Jurassic period (Kimmeridgian to early Tithonian). The name “Allosaurus” means “different lizard”. As one of the first well-known theropod dinosaurs to become digital, it has long attracted attention outside of paleontological circles well loved by children and adults alike. Indeed, it has been a top feature in several films and documentaries about prehistoric life.
A redwood forest has always been one of my all time favorite places to be. Last fall between shoots I had the chance to take a day hike in the Big Basin Redwoods and make a few shots with a new cinema camera. While there we kept noticing the rings of trees. Lois looked it up and it turned out they were ‘Fairy Rings’. I recently revisited the footage and put together a few clips. Looking around for sound we searched “Fairy Rings Music’ where the top hit just happened to be an old friend, Gary Stadler. Beautiful soothing music, thanks Gary. Some cool coincidences and fun footage.
We live in an arid climate where everything we do is connected to water. It’s one of the most polarizing issues we face. Our future is defined by its availability. Our quality of life is shaped by its presence. Awareness is just the first step to knowledge which help will affect our destiny.
Every Christmas we receive annual Christmas Letters from friends and family. Every year we say to each “We should write a Christmas Letter”. This year Marshall finally wrote ours. This is his take on our Christmas Letter for 2012.