After a week or so, dawdling on this video project I've been putting together, I finally settled on just stringing a bunch of my old photographs and doing the whole Ken Burns (recommended) thing in lieu of actual video. So one of my favorite improvs (from November 8) is now on youtube. I don't know how many of these improvs I'll do this with, since I'm not attached to many (or most) of them like I am to Nov. 8, but we'll see. I think it's probably a good idea to branch out in this way a little bit. All the kids are doing it, anyway, and who am I to resist peer pressure? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jxko9eI4cMI
Today's improv seems heavily influenced by the video improv. I think that probably happens often... influence from hearing something over and over again. Even if the influence was mine to begin with. So be it.
Before I got all wrapped up in this, I had planned on writing about one of my favorite topics. But instead, I'll just throw out this phrase:
...the intensity of understanding...
Here we go, Day 255: https://ia600303.us.archive.org/17/items/Improv42512/20120425211745.mp3