The San Mateo Tree

A modern art rotating beacon at the San Mateo park’s hill. HD version here.

Let me know which video you like best, the one above, or the one on my previous post.


Metabolic wrote on October 13th, 2008 at 12:18 AM PST:

I like both and can’t really choose one over the other. One is overtly techno and the other overtly primitive/organic (in subject not technique or production). In fact, what I might prefer to see would be the combining of the two to exemplify these differences, but that’s just me. The only complaint I could come up with are the scenes in the pampas grass video that show power/phone lines in the background. The visibility of the power/phone lines doesn’t appear to be deliberate and thus becomes a distraction. Nevertheless, both videos are luscious well produced eye candy. I like ’em.

Terry wrote on October 13th, 2008 at 12:59 AM PST:

They’re both very poetic and enjoyable. Thinking back (a few hours) I’d say I was more touched by the grass video. BTW, I thought the power lines were well placed and intentional…at least at the editing stage. Aloha.

Jim Gray wrote on October 13th, 2008 at 8:27 AM PST:

Reminded me of rotating boobs, thought the use of music very effective. I would love to use this in some of my work, but the challenge for me is to go out and find other scuplture and record it at all hours. Good Job Eugenia.
The grass video doesn’t remind me of boobs, but I had better shut up before I get in trouble, also very nice video caused me to kick back and relax

vinney wrote on October 14th, 2008 at 8:01 PM PST:

I have to say I like the Pampas Grass one more. Enjoy the wind and the duet with the grass. The other one is too busy for my poor vision, though it did have a weird effect on me as I watched it. But then I tend to gravitate toward nature and its beauty and wonders. Nice shooting!

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