This is the first of 2 parts and shows the buildings that are still standing. Part 2 will be up in a day or 2.
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Let me pre-face by saying that this is something completely different than my usual post.
Last weekend I kayaked out to a ship graveyard with a couple of my friends. I have had this waterproof sport camera for over a year, and had yet to use it. The kayak trip sounded like the perfect chance to see what it could do, so I purchased a mount for the kayak, and a head mount so somebody could wear it while we were exploring the old ships. What I ended up with is a 20ish minute behind-the-scenes style video shot primarily from the point-of-view of one of my friends. It's a fun little film, though a far cry from the cinematic videos Christina and I usually put out (that's why it's unlisted on our YouTube channel). Hopefully some of you find it enjoyable.
Eventually the material we captured that day will be made into a proper entry for our website AntiquityEchoes, and subsequently shared here as a proper post. In the meantime, I guess you can consider this a preview of sorts...