Video featuring “What’s your Philosophy of Life?” interviews from Colorado, Denver, as well as Boulder and the area. Also some shots from Rocky Mountain National Park; there were plenty of other stories and sights during our stay in Colorado which unfortunately aren’t featured in this short video… Both songs by Rafael Murillo.
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Hi, I’m ooa revo. I like to create stuff and share it with you, including Film, Photos, Writing, Animation, Videos, Drawings, Painting, Poetry and a Movie / Documentary asking people I met along the road: "What's your philosophy in life?" Come join the adventure on OOAworld's Facebook page or by signing up to email updates!
One word WOW! Love the sunset transition images of the queen city of the plains. 🙂
I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award
Thank you!!! Really appreciate it and will post thanks in a post as soon as possible.
You’er welcome. Love reading your journey diaries.
Loved this! Especially the timelapse of the city moving into night, and the music slowly becoming disco.
I’m touched by the text, by frankness of the challenges of travelling with someone, by the nitty gritty aspects of being on the road for so long. thanks.
Thank you… not easy to write about these things, but the next posts should be interesting…
making me wish i was in CO
great place 🙂
I liked the idea of vibrating and disappearing in bliss. Great video.
Thanks! more stories on the way.
Having just returned to the mountains after being away for some time, this video made me smile. Oh, Boulder hippies…now I feel at home. Thank you!
Thanks, happy to share good feelings!
This is fantastic! Mind = Blown
Wow, thanks! Stay tuned! 🙂
Two nominations in a week! I have also nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award which will go live in a couple of hours – enjoy!
Thank you!!! Will post about this asap, let me know!
the pics were happy but the interviews were so sad. just saying.
I agree – got a mixed feeling from Boulder.