Before the movie I want to give you a bit of information:
There will be a time stamp (in British date format) to show which day of the holiday it is.
A big thanks to Godfrey Heaps for giving me information about the mosques,
This film was intended to be 22 minutes long.
Also, some of the footage is sped up or trimmed to not make the movie too long.
Right now I am in Oman. You won’t see any Oman-related blog posts because the house I’m staying in has no Wi-Fi, hence my Wi-Fi is a bit rationed. However I am making a movie which you can watch when I come back. (It will probably be 20-30 minutes long.
Anyway, yesterday I tried taking a photograph of the Night Sky.
Here are the settings I used: Shutter Speed- 30 secs, Aperture F 4.9, ISO- 800
And I got a photo looking like this:
Yesterday, I went to the Chiswick Lantern Festival to celebrate Chinese New Year. I think last year was better but overall I liked it.
I often don’t make my blog political however I think this was just a memorable and fun thing to. The thing is. When you protest (especially with other people) you feel powerful, together and even satisfied.
Protesting really does work.
Here is a film I made about the March:
This post was just posted at the exact time the iPhone was unveiled. Contrary to popular belief the iPhone was not the first touchscreen phone. There was a touchscreen phone about 20 years beforehand- it was called the IBM Simon.
Click here to learn more about the first iPhone
3 days ago I flew back from Rome. So here are (where) my thoughts:
In my opinion Rome is a better place for tourists than London (where I live) because I think Rome is more historically interesting. This because of things like the Collusium and St. Peter’s.
But London is a better place to live in in my opinion. This is because London is a more economical city (but soon it might be less economical) however it is very expensive to buy a house in London.
Yesterday, I went to see the largest Church with the largest Dome in the world! It is called St. Peters. I had to wait in a 3 hour long queue. Some people tried to jump the queue. Then some more people joined those people to look like they were together. Fortunately it did not work.
Also, You will see a statue- Did you know? A corrupt man in the 70s destroyed thenose of the statue in the 70s. Luckily it has been repaired.
You will also see a block of writing- That is a list of all of the popes which have died.
You will see a Dome which is the largest Dome in the world!
And you will see a giant fountain- It is called the Trevi fountain.