VideoLast modified: June 17, 2013
A 90 minute film is an assemblage of 90 one minute scenes, this is the art of movie making.
The following short sequences, or scenes, will be stitched together by narration to create longer projects: 24, 45, and 90 minute films. As the sequences – scenes are finished they will be posted here for review. Currently, these video clips are part of Good Morning Alamos,
a three DVD set that looks at Alamos in the winter, spring and summer.
Let us start with an introduction to a Short History of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico.
“Here is something Special”, Spanish explorer Vasquez de Coronado noted in 1540 as he headed north, passing by tall white rocks on Alamos de Sierra. This is the opening chapter to “A Short History of Alamos” written, filmed and edited by Anders Tomlinson. Narrated by Bruce Miles. Soundtrack by AtomicSonics and Estudiantina de Alamos.
To see more history visit History videos.
Buckle-up as we take a super fast car ride through Alamos on a grey winter day.
Driving Across Alamos on an overcast December day starts at La Puerta Roja Inn. We head east and circle the Plaza de Las Armas before heading to the Panteon – Cemetery. We head back to La Puerta Roja exploring different routes. The best way to travel is walking.
To see more winter scenes visit Holiday videos.
The rainy season arrives on a cannonade of lightning as surrounding hills turn to jungle and children of all ages, cooled and cleansed by spirited showers, dance on glistening streets…
An occasional summer storm floods three arroyos in Alamos with mountain runoff.
Summer is the rainy season. Occasional tropical storms, remnant of hurricanes, come in from the Sea of Cortez to the west. This is the morning after a storm hit the region hard the previous evening.
To see more of the rainy season visit Summer videos.
Neighboring towns come to Alamos in the spring and celebrate their Indian Heritage.
Indian Day comes to Alamos in the Spring. Villagers from around the Alamos region come by bus to the Alameda and celebrate their native culture. Dancers, musicians and exhibits fill the business center with color, motion and music. Nacion Mayo and Nacion Popagayo are some of the regional dancers, musicians and exhibits competing in front of a panel of judges.
To see more of the dry season visit Spring videos.
Alamos, Sonora, Mexico as seen through a series of slideshows with photos and editing by Anders Tomlinson. These are an up-close and personal look at the passage of days, nights, seasons and years. Music from “Camino Songs” by SonicAtomics. To see Alamos via moving photos in color with sound visit Alamos slideshows.
If one wishes one may watch all of the videos in the above chapters on one page, one scroll.
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