Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

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Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 20 Jul 2020, 02:53

My coronavirus project; almost completed WIP
(this clip also happens to show my computer layout at the end)

https://vimeo.com/fierlingers/download/ ... d130e9af30
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Re: Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

Post by D.T. Nethery » 23 Jul 2020, 23:45

Paul Fierlinger wrote:
20 Jul 2020, 02:53
My coronavirus project; almost completed WIP
(this clip also happens to show my computer layout at the end)

https://vimeo.com/fierlingers/download/ ... d130e9af30

Thank you for sharing your WIP with us, Paul. You have certainly been more productive than I have during the lockdown ! (I have mostly been trying to get out from under depression ... and eating too much as a stupid way of coping with the stress. Light seems to be breaking in between the dark clouds and maybe I will be productive again soon ...) I hope both you and Sandra are well .
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Re: Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 24 Jul 2020, 00:09

For me there's been very little difference in lifestyle and routines. It's no small matter that we have dogs to care for. One of them never wants to go for walks but the other needs to go 3 or four times a day which I enjoy so by the end of the day I've walked with her and my cane 3 to 3.5 miles. She's 4 years old and I've just trained her to stay with me without a leash and wait for me at every curb. Those are real joys besides working on my own films. Sandra is the only one with a driving license (I surrendered mine after my head injury) which means she drives around doing the errands that we used to take turns on, but we're both doing OK now.
Hope you crawl out of the gloomies soon; been there too and feel for you.
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Re: Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

Post by CartoonMonkey » 28 Jul 2020, 09:01

Nice work Paul. Looks to be a fascinating slice of your life. Can't wait to see more. I'm fascinated to see your actual workspace in photographic form as well. Still sad I didn't get to make that detour to visit years ago. Hope you are well.
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Re: Doupov proving grounds, Czechoslovakia 1953

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 28 Jul 2020, 11:28

There's always time after Covid, by which I mean after Trump.
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