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    Thank you all again .

    Quote Originally Posted by joxville View Post
    Terrific video, thanks for sharing it. One question, how is your name pronounced?
    Well it's not exactly foneticly the same, but many locals call me just Magic
    Regards
    Maciek

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    awesome, thank you
    You get what you give

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber-TEC View Post
    Thank you all again .Well it's not exactly foneticly the same, but many locals call me just Magic
    Good enough for me :-)

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    Had to go into the library to watch this [ i only have a dongle internet connection at home]

    BRILLIANT, STUNNING, FABULOUS, I quite liked it

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    Absolutely stunning, thank you. Great choice of music too.
    ~*~ Gill ~*~
    Meiklejohns Confectioners, Thurso Street, Wick
    Open every day 8 am - 10.30 pm

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    Thanks again guys .

    Caithness is getting some publicity in Poland http://fotoblogia.pl/2013/01/26/wiel...ego-czytelnika
    Regards
    Maciek

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    Regards
    Maciek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber-TEC View Post
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    Well it's not exactly foneticly the same, but many locals call me just Magic
    I reckon the locals have it right.

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    Magic,magic absolutely fabulous thank you for sharing. Looking forward to your next excellent pictures.

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    Breath taking Magic. As a matter of interest what is the music?

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    this is amazing,Magic Maciej
    "Dyin' ain't much of a livin', boy."

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    Thanks again guys.

    Music is by British composer Rick Clarke, you can find more of his music on his website at music4yourvids.co.uk
    Regards
    Maciek

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    Truly outstanding work Maciej. Really impressive.

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    Thanks Gordon.
    Regards
    Maciek

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    My Mum always used to say that it takes someone outside of the county to make/do something different, which a lot of people born and brought up here (yes, myself included !) cannot see !

    Magic/Maciek you've just proven my Mum's words !! Absolutely brilliant ! Wishing you all the very best for any future time lapses/photographs !
    I'm the kind of woman whose feet hit the floor each morning, and the Devil says........... " Oh, Blast She's Up !! "

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    Thanks cherokee.
    Regards
    Maciek

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    Absolutely fantastic, thank you so much. Truly appreciated.

    GNG
    Green but not brainwashed

    Using the sun to provide hot water.
    Driving a car that gets 73 miles per gallon.....

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    Absolutely brilliant Maciek. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

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    A thrilling Son et Lumiere which looked and sounded as if God was conducting the sea, sky, and rocks! So many jewels in the landscapes and skyscapes - breathtaking in the inspiration, imagination, and composition which went into this labour of love. What put the cherry on top was the magnificent editing, which drove the flow of the film, and told a much better story than a real time "fix and pan" shoot, however skilled. You really deserve many thanks for capturing the quintessential nature of Caithness, surely one of the most stubbornly beautiful places in the world. Thanks, Magic!

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    Thanks a lot and again guys .
    Regards
    Maciek

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