Masz Ochotę – here you have Ochota!
Playout date: 2 April 2007
I hope you enjoy the gallery part, showcasing photos of mine taken on a Spring walk like a hanami, with Sophie, feeding the birds in Szczesliwicki Park. Here you have Ochota in a nutshell, the part of Warsaw where we live, its charming mix of the drab post-socialist, the timeless park, and the new developments.
I make the observation of how it is a pity that I can’t capture on video the heady, powerful smell of the cherry blossoms. Videos are good for vision and audio, but do very little to convey the other three senses. Maybe that time wil come…
And isn’t little Sophie cute at 7 years of age? I can’t get over what a sweet little thing she was.
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Camera: Panasonic DMZ -FZ32
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – slight use
Location: Szczesliwicki Park, Warsaw
Other people featured: None
Music used: Variation on Chopin’s Etude in E major
Languages used: English
Animals/plants featured: Coots, fulica atra, bullrushes,
Other remarks: The tite contains a pun – miec Ochote means “to have Ochota” but also to feel like something. The district took the name of an ancient inn destroyed in the second world war.
Posted on 08/12/2017, in Filming While Walking, Gallery style (showcases my photos), Plants and Gardens, Sophie, Uncle Davey's Warsaw and tagged chopin, coots, etude in e major, gallery, hanami, Ochota, Poland, Szczesliwicki park, Warsaw. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.