“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.” ~Marc Riboud
“Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.” ~Walt Disney Company
I think the same thing can be said with the taking, and sharing, of videos. Especially when multiple video clips are put together to tell a story. Especially when that story is a rescue mission to save the Chesapeake Bay.
The latest story that has been told and that needs to be shared is Charles Germain's video documentary entitled "Save the Magothy River." With interviews and assistance from The Magothy River Association, Department of Natural Resources & the Maryland Grow Oysters Program, Eagle Cove School, Horn Point Laboratories, and Chesapeake Clear Video, Charles Germain has created an amazing and informative ten minute documentary on the sights and sounds of the Chesapeake Bay...and how instrumental oysters are in filtering the bay.
Watch "Save the Magothy River" here, or check it out at this link. Charles Germain uses his pictures and videos to beautifully remind us how powerful a few individuals can be, especially when that force grows and a community "takes action."
Save The Magothy River from Charles Germain on Vimeo.
Video by Charles Germain: https://vimeo.com/79028979#
Pictures are screen shots from Charles Germain's video: https://vimeo.com/79028979#
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