Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA in 4K (Ultra HD)
Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is one of the most popular and scenic National Parks in the United States, famous for its high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, abundant wildlife. The main sightseeing road in the park, and some of the hiking trails cross over the 12,000 feet/3,600 m altitude line;
Locations in the video:
Sprague Lake (0:01), Nymph Lake (0:17), Dream Lake (0:38), Emerald Lake (0:59), Lake Haiyaha (1:12), The Loch (1:26), Timberline Falls (1:51), Sky Pond (2:24), Mills Lake (2:57), Alberta Falls (3:05), Multiple viewpoints along the Trail Ridge Road (3:10, 8:12), Chasm Lake Trail (4:03), Chasm Lake (4:54), Mt Ida Hike (6:39), Horseshoe Falls (8:58), Chasm Falls (9:26), Old Fall River Road (9:31).
Recorded August 2016 in 4K (Ultra HD) with Sony AX100.
Mystic Crock - Difference - The Difference (Part II)
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Amazing Camping Spots In Nevada. TOP 21
Amazing Camping Spots In Nevada. TOP 21 List: Cathedral Gorge State Park, Red Rock Canyon, Cave Lake State Park, Great Basin National Park, Fort Churchill State Historic Park, Valley of Fire State Park, Black Rock Desert–High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails, Ruby Mountains Scenic Area, Echo Canyon State Park, Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park, Lake Tahoe, Boulder Beach and Lake Mead, Angel Lake, Bob Scott Campground, Lake Mohave, Walker River, Big Bend of the Colorado, Rye Patch State Recreation Area, Topaz Lake
Roadside Attractions in Fort Collins - In A Colorado Minute (Week 199) [HD]
When I posted the video Swetsville Zoo - In A Colorado Minute (Week 194), I already wrote about my fascination with roadside attractions. In my quest to visit, film and share with you a whole series of them, this week I explored the ones the fruitful website roadsideamerica.com listed for Fort Collins. Because two of them were dog related, I took Whiskey and her acting coach Scott along. Once I finished editing, I realized I might as well have called the video Whiskey takes a tour of Fort Collins Roadside Attractions - but that's just too long.
The large Campbell's soup can on the campus of Colorado State University was built (together with two others) in honor of Andy Warhol's soup can prints - but not by him. However, when he visited in 1981 for an exhibit of his work at the CSU art museum, he ended up signing the cans. Does that now make them authentic Andy Warhol works? Read an excerpt from Warhol's diary about his visit in this article from the Coloradoan. (Remington and Lake)
The scrap metal man and dog at the Nelsen's Auto Center were built by Tim Reader of Master Metal Works entirely out of used car parts. You may note that the two male metal beings were built with all necessary detail - however, in the video I chose to focus more on the faces, hands and my real life dog checking out the scene. I really appreciated Tim's sister coming outside to say hello and tell us about the sculpture. People really are nice out here. (361 E. Mountain Avenue)
The memorial to Annie, the Railroad Dog, has several parts. In Library Park (201 Peterson Street), there is a big engraved stone with a metal silhouette of Annie and a life-sized bronze sculpture (by Dawn Weiner) of her greeting passers-by - like she used to greet arriving passengers at the Mason Street train station in the 1930s and 40s. At the Mason Street Depot (Mason and LaPorte) you can find her actual gravestone, which is a historic site and reads From C and S Men to Annie Our Dog. 1934 - 1948.
Annie was a loyal mutt adopted by railroad workers and considered an ambassador to Fort Collins, according to the inscription on the base of the bronze sculpture. She is still celebrated every year during Annie's Dog Walk, which I may just feature in a future video.
Talking about future videos... Today starts the 200th week of my weekly 1-minute Moving Postcard videos! I already have something special planned, which will require a road trip (YES!) and will feature a rather well-known American roadside attraction...
The song in this video is Swallowed By The Sea - written and performed by Jason Matherne of Goonygoogoo Productions:
Colorado's Grandest Mile of Scenery - Broadmoor Seven Falls
Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders.
This magnificent series of waterfalls is situated in a 1,250-foot wall
box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules. Take in stunning vistas of verdant valleys, striking rock formations and golden prairies as you climb the challenging 224 steps.
See more: pikes-peak.com/falls
Driving Downtown - New Rochelle 4K - New York USA
Driving Downtown New Rochelle New York USA - Episode 44.
Starting Point: .
New Rochelle is a city in Westchester County, New York, United States. Many of the settlers were artisans and craftsmen from the city of La Rochelle, France, thus influencing the choice of the name of New Rochelle.
In November 2008 Business Week magazine listed New Rochelle as the best city in New York State, and one of the best places nationally, to raise children. In 2014, New Rochelle was voted the 13th best city to live in, out of 550 cities, and was the only city in Westchester County on the list.
Some of the country's most expensive real estate can be found in New Rochelle. The north end of the city (10804) is ranked in Forbes magazine's list of the '500 most expensive zip-codes' in the country. According to the list, the average household income was $199,061 and the average home price was over $752,000. Homes in Premium Point, a gated section of the city on Long Island Sound, are priced anywhere from $2 to $20 million. The three newest residential developments, 'Kensington Woods', 'The Greens at Cherry Lawn' and 'Riviera Shores', are all gated communities with single family homes priced from $2 million.
New Rochelle has been home to a variety of industries over the years, including: Thanhouser Film Studios, Terrytoons Studios, P.J. Tierney Diner Manufacturing (now DeRaffele Manufacturing Company), Flynn Burner Company, New York Seven Up (Joyce Beverages, Inc), RawlPlug, Inc., the Longines Symphonette Society, Conran's USA. Manufacturing and warehousing has declined since the 1990s as industrial land near both exits from Interstate 95 have been converted to big box retailer use. New Rochelle remains a center of business, home to the corporate headquarters of Sidney Frank Importing, Blimpies, East River Savings Bank, and Somnia Anesthesia Services.
Landmarks and Attractions
Columbia Island – a small island (appx. 150 feet (46 m) square) situated between Davids' Island and Pea Island. Up until 1940 it was known as Little Pea Island. CBS purchased it and built a concrete foundation to support a transmitter building topped by a 410-foot (120 m) tall antenna tower for WCBS-AM. The transmitter remained in operation until the 1960s, when the station was moved to nearby High Island.
Execution Rocks Lighthouse – centered in the middle of Long Island Sound, just south of Davids' Island. The structure was built in 1849 and includes a 55-foot (17 m) tall tower and the ‘keeper's house’. It is rumored that the lighthouse's site got its name before the American Revolutionary War when British colonial authorities executed people by chaining them to the rocks at low tide and allowing the rising water to drown them. In reality, the name was chosen to reflect the historically dangerous shipping area created by the rocks exposure during low tides.
Huckleberry Island – a 10-acre (40,000 m2) island owned by the Huckleberry Indians, Inc., a club within the New York Athletic Club. The island is an important nesting site for waterbirds such as egrets and night herons.
Leland Castle – a 19th-century Gothic Revival castle built as the summer residence of Simeon Leland, a wealthy New York City hotel entrepreneur. It has since been acquired by the College of New Rochelle and is used as an art gallery available to the public.
St. John's Wilmot Church – a historic Episcopal parish located in the northern end of the City at the intersection of North Avenue and Wilmot Road, formerly referred to as “Cooper's Corner”.
Thomas Paine Historical Site – a historical nexus within the city, the site comprises: the country home of the American pamphleteer and Revolutionary War hero Thomas Paine, his burial site, monument, and a museum. Paine's Cottage was built in 1793 and is a National Historic Landmark. The Thomas Paine Memorial Building, built in 1925, houses the library and museum collection of the Thomas Paine National Historical Association. Also on the site is the Brewster Schoolhouse, one of the oldest structural relics in Westchester County.
Trinity-St. Paul's Episcopal Church – added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. It is located at the northwest corner of Huguenot Street (also known as the Boston Post Road) and Division Street. This church represents the body of the majority group of New Rochelle's founding Huguenot French Calvanistic congregation that conformed to the liturgy of the established Church of England in June 1709. King George III gave Trinity its first charter in 1762. After the Revolutionary War, Trinity became a parish of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America.
Driving Downtown - Baltimore 4K - USA
Driving Downtown - Baltimore Maryland USA - Episode 30.
Starting Point: Light Street - .
Baltimore is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland, and the 29th-most populous city in the country. It was established by the Constitution of Maryland and is not part of any county; thus, it is the largest independent city in the United States. Baltimore has more public monuments than any other city per capita in the country and is home to some of the earliest National Register historic districts in the nation, including Fell's Point (1969), Federal Hill (1970) and Mount Vernon Place (1971). More than 65,000 properties, or roughly one in three buildings in the city, are listed on the National Register, more than any other city in the nation.
Founded in 1729, Baltimore is the second largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. Baltimore's Inner Harbor was once the second leading port of entry for immigrants to the United States and a major manufacturing center. After a decline in major manufacturing, industrialization and rail transportation, Baltimore shifted to a service-oriented economy, with the Johns Hopkins Hospital (founded 1889), and Johns Hopkins University (founded 1876), now the city's top two employers.
Baltimore had a population of 621,849 in 2015; in 2010, that of Baltimore Metropolitan Area was 2.7 million, the 21st largest in the country.
With hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has been dubbed a city of neighborhoods. Famous residents have included the writers Edgar Allan Poe, Edith Hamilton, Frederick Douglass, and H.L. Mencken; jazz musician James Eubie Blake; singer Billie Holiday; actor and filmmaker John Waters; and baseball player Babe Ruth. In the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key wrote The Star-Spangled Banner, later the American national anthem, in the city.
Almost a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore region are in science, technology, engineering and math, in part attributed to its extensive undergraduate and graduate schools.
Once a predominantly industrial town, with an economic base focused on steel processing, shipping, auto manufacturing (General Motors Baltimore Assembly), and transportation, the city experienced deindustrialization which cost residents tens of thousands of low-skill, high-wage jobs. The city now relies on a low-wage service economy, which accounts for 90% of jobs in the city. Around the turn of the century, Baltimore was the leading US manufacturer of rye whiskey and straw hats. It also led in refining of crude oil, brought to the city by pipeline from Pennsylvania.
As of March 2015 the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates Baltimore's unemployment rate at 8.1% while one quarter of Baltimore residents (and 37% of Baltimore children) live in poverty. The 2012 closure of a major steel plant at Sparrows Point is expected to have a further impact on employment and the local economy. The Census Bureau reported in 2013 that 207,000 workers commute into Baltimore city each day. Downtown Baltimore is the primary economic asset within Baltimore City and the region with 29.1 million square feet of office space. The tech sector is rapidly growing as the Baltimore metro ranks 8th in the CBRE Tech Talent Report among 50 U.S. metro areas for high growth rate and number of tech professionals. Forbes ranked Baltimore fourth among America's new tech hot spots.
The city is home to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Other large companies in Baltimore include Under Armour, Cordish Company, Legg Mason, McCormick & Company, T. Rowe Price, and Royal Farms. A sugar refinery owned by American Sugar Refining is one of Baltimore's cultural icons. Nonprofits based in Baltimore include Lutheran Services in America and Catholic Relief Services.
My Florida vacation - Part 1
I am an exchange student from Russia)This is my first video about America and experience there!
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Into The Wild Backpacking
Backpacking trip in July 2016.
Country: United States
North Cascades National Park
Olympic National Park
Crater Lake National Park
Big Sur Coast
Limekiln State Park
Redwood National and State Parks
Yosemite National Park
Zion National Park
Grand Canyon North Rim
Lower Antelope Canyon
Other places which I forgot the name...
Music Credits: Hard Sun performed by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder, and is based on his contributions to the soundtrack for the film,
Into the Wild.
Filmed with a GoPro Hero 4 Silver.
Nevada Owner Financing 42 Acres For Sale
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This 42.23 acre parcel (Lot 15) is located near Winnemucca , Nevada near the border of Oregon. This 42 acre parcel has direct road frontage in section 33 and also has great mountain views. This lot is located in Humboldt County, Nevada which is in the Northern part of Nevada. The 42 acre lot is close to gambling, dirt bike and ATV riding, fishing, hunting and of course offers plenty of peace and solitude. There are mountain views of the Eugene Mountains to the west and of the Blue Mountains to the north.
People come to this area every year to get away from their hectic lives in the city.The parcel is a short drive from I-80 and Winnemucca, which is a full service town, with everything from hospitals,movie theatres, schools, banks, casinos, hotels & airport! Winnemucca boasts all major services. Not to mention VEGAS style casinos & an airport!
Winnemucca is a great jumping-off point for many types of outdoor recreation. Nearby are fabulous hiking, hunting and biking trails, as well as miles of ATV and off-road adventure trails. In town, there are over 1,000 hotel rooms, several diverse restaurants, casino gaming, and plenty of other opportunities. For ATV riders there is Jungo Pits, a huge trail system located near this 42 acre ranch. Rye Patch Reservoir and the Humboldt River, which is close by, runs all through Northern Nevada in Humboldt County.At approximately 300 miles (480 km) long, it is the longest river in the arid Great Basin of North America. It has no outlet to the ocean, but instead empties into the Humboldt Sink. It is the largest river in the United States, in terms of discharge, that does not ultimately reach the ocean
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Waterfront Mansion in Holland, Michigan
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A Prestigious Waterfront Legacy… Available for the first time, the Hazelbank Estate is the largest and most prestigious estate on southwest Michigan's waterfront. Sited on Lake Macatawa in Holland, Michigan, with 886 feet of frontage it encompasses 38 acres, making the options endless.
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