Travel Blogs from Sochi
... all. But. if that was my job I would learn it well. My idea was that whenever we had a gorgeous shot, whether sunset or looking at the mountains, we should make the picture look pretty, as a priority. It was fun working with the shaders, who deal with waveform monitors and vectorscopes, to step out of the box and just make the picture look great even if it wasn't safe or normal parameters.
As night came around we would start covering ...
Yes, there were times, I'm sure you knew
When I bit off more than I could chew
And through it all, when there was doubt
I ate it up and spit it out
I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way
I've loved, I've laughed and cried
I've had my fill, my share of losing
And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing
Today is the final day of the Sochi Olympics. Our plan was to go to Canada house and watch the men’s final hockey game for gold at 4pm and then the closing ceremonies. Robin said he had not been able to get Brad a ticket to this point.
Dimi drove us along with Sam to Olympic Park. Since we had hoped to visit with Robin, Dimi decided to join us. Somehow Tari lost her entrance ticket between the van and the entrance. Sam arranged for Brad ...
Friends from My Living Room work at a nightclub. It finally registered with me that it might be fun and something I have been missing. Turns out my life was complete without having attended this venue: Wild Wild West.
Wall to wall humanity complete with side rooms and areas reserved for $$$ people. Had a nosh of Captain Morgan rum ...
... The village is very new with many new hotels and eating establishments. Food is very different here but very good. We ate at an outside restaurant - huge sausages with deep fried potato chunks. Dimi wanted a milkshake so ran next door and got him and I strawberry milkshakes. Sam and Paul had beer. Tari and Brad shared a small bottle of vodka and coke.
We decided to take a gondola up the mountain. Sam ...