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Life (David Attenborough-Narrated Version) [Blu-ray]
Life (David Attenborough-Narrated Version) [Blu-ray]
From the award-winning BBC Natural History Unit, makers of Planet Earth and The Blue Planet: Seas of Life, this is the original UK broadcast version of Life, with narration by renowned naturalist David Attenborough and music by Oscar® and Emmy® winning composer George Fenton In Planet Earth, we brought you the world as you’ve never seen it before. Now, get closer with Life. Four years in the making, filmed over 3000 days, across every continent and in every habitat, with breathtaking new high definition filming techniques developed since Planet Earth, Life presents 130 incredible stories from the frontiers of the natural world, 54 of which have never been filmed before. Packed with excitement, revelation and entertainment, this remarkable 10-part blockbuster captures unprecedented, astonishingly beautiful sequences and demonstrates the spectacular and extraordinary tactics animals and plants have developed to survive and thrive.

This enthralling BBC series examines "the lengths living beings go to to stay alive," in the words of Sir David Attenborough (Oprah Winfrey narrates the Discovery Channel version). Aided by breathtaking high-definition cinematography, the makers of Planet Earth explore the more colorful strategies the world's creatures employ to procreate, evade predators, and obtain nourishment. Cameras travel though the air, under the water, and right into the faces of insects, like the alien visage of the stalk-eyed fly. Except for "Challenges of Life" and "Hunters and Hunted," each episode covers a different category, such as mammals and birds. Among the more memorable images: three cheetahs move with the relentless rhythm of mobsters, a school of flying fish glides through the air with the grace of ballerinas, and a Jesus Christ lizard skips across the water, like, well, you know. The strangest sights range from a pebble toad bouncing away from a spider like a rubber ball and brown-tufted capuchin monkeys pounding palm nuts with stone tools like the apes in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Witty writing and skillful editing, which distills thousands of hours of footage, make the learning go down easy (at one point, Sir David references Jurassic Park, which featured his brother, Richard).
If the sound effects seem overamped, George Fenton's score is always on the money, adding humor and suspense at crucial moments (martial drums for the mud skippers, woozy brass for the Darwin's beetle). Nonetheless, delicate sensibilities may find some sequences disturbing, as when Komodo dragons feed on a water buffalo or when a leopard seal dines on a penguin (according to Attenborough, the Komodo siege caused the camera operators "emotional turmoil"). More often, the filmmakers capture the moment of impact before moving on. The set comes complete with 10 featurettes on the four-year production. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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The Great Mandala..trying to balance the Wheel.
The Great Mandala..trying to balance the Wheel.
A rotting paddlewheel on an old steamboat--left tied to pilings in North Portland harbor, even with steam in the boiler, could it even turn again? Life moves in a circle--the seasons, the compass, the cycles of life, the four colors of the medicine wheel, cycles of growth, of healing, of nature, of weather, of migration, the heavens, and infinitesimal atomic particles. When the wheel is in balance, there is harmony, and well-being. Things move smoothly. When the wheel is out of balance, there is a wobble, dissonance, anger, fear, and life becomes unmanageable, out of kilter. For a single soul or a planet, this bent wheel must be made true. The Buddhists call it the wheel of life and death--and it goes on repeating endlessly--birth and death, love and hate, success and failure--and a pattern emerges, the same things recur, but always with a evolution that becomes a transformation. If the wheel is in balance, it travels to that destination, where the Buddhists say "the eighty-four thousand doors all open." Spinning Wheel
blank stares (122/365)
blank stares (122/365)
blank stares at blank pages. your mind is racing as if it were a car flying down the freeway with no purpose, no destination in mind. The power of free will embraced in a little space with too much of everything that it's inevitable to not burst at the seams. the tiniest bit of information, or even a nice memory, could have it explode into a thousand shards of glass, that not even the heftiest boots would dare to step on. my mind is broken. I have no creativity anymore. I hate this. I hate ruts. I need something.

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