Yo ... En inalcanzable, el último pingüino de la Antártida, petrohooligan, nadie me merece, yo todas las puedo, ni me volteen a ver, papi chulo, todas mías... Me la pelan? Je connais me la pelas... Ps me la triplemegapelas!, el Verga, don Chingón, todas mías, ni me volteen a ver, aaaaaaa que culo de cabrón... ¡Soy de Matehuala!
Ad | 1917 is a cinematic experience that deserves to be seen on the big screen. The entire film is designed to look like one continuous shot. This feat was accomplished by an incredibly talented cast & crew – all of their hard work pays off on screen! They’d have to re-set a whole sequence if just one little slip-up occurred. From vehicles, to on foot, to using only natural lighting – this whole project is such an achievement and one that you can see at any @cineworld cinema. Awards season is the perfect time to make good use of a #cineworldunlimited card – so many great films to see! Films like this deserve the cinematic treatment so I honestly couldn’t recommend it more! It won Best Picture at the @goldenglobes - could it also be successful at @theacademy?
The scene above was shot on the Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire and with the help from Salisbury Plain Safaris (@salplnsaf) I was able to pinpoint the EXACT location for the trenches. You can see the outline from where they dug up the soil/chalk! I trekked across some hills for a couple of hours and finally recognised the treelines and various bits of scenery. I was lucky to have brought some behind the scenes shots with me, which showed some helpful unique features of the landscape and location.
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Pounding the pavement (and bits of mud) on #salisburyplain in preparation for my #londonmarathon#training in army boots and equipment. Running the London Marathon in Combat Order because their burden is ours - support #combatstress http://www.justgiving.com/Amyas-Godfrey?utm_id=124
When we drove 3 hours to see Stonehenge we got buckets of rain dumped on us. Not an encouraging sign. But wait...it stopped...what do I see overhead? Oh, only the best clouds I've ever seen! I sketched as we walked around the high plain where the ancient stones stand watch. I memorized the bright colors in the rolling hills. And later I did a few studies. Here is my first finished studio piece since getting back from England.
Skies Over Salisbury Plain, 12" x 24", oil on panel