Re: South Africa
"Danny Meltzer" dannymeltzer
Fri Dec 28, 2007 1:05 am ((PST))
Kommetjie on the east side of the penninsula. It's a famous surfing
spot, but again, there's dramatic wave action, and a big rocky inlet
with huge kelp piles on volcanic rock. If you can get there when it's
not crowded, maybe dawn, there's potential for some nice water
recordings I'd think. Anyway, it's an amazing spot to see as well.
--- In "Danny Meltzer"
> Oh also,
> I think it's whale season...if you're ambitious you could give that a
> shot...get a hydrophone.
> I think there's potential to get some wicked dramatic wave recordings
> down at the Cape of Good Hope if you can go on a day when it's less
> crowded and give yourself time to get away from people and find the
> more isolated areas. It's a big park down there.
> --- In Hugh Livingston
> <hughlivingston@> wrote:
> > Any suggestions for recording in regions around Capetown? I'll be in
> > Stellenbosch for a couple of weeks. Drinking wine, I guess. It's big
> > mushroom country, but the wrong season. So nothing left to do but
> > record. I am not sure how I will get the parabola through London
> > infamous security, but with all luck I'll be able to unfurl it in a
> > few days.
> > I am skipping the Krueger Park safari in favor of getting to know the
> > corner of the country well, so any suggestions will be appreciated.
> > --
> > Hugh Livingston
> > El Mirador
> > 491 Crescent Ave #304
> > Oakland Calif 94610
> > (510) 205-HUGH
> > www.livingstonsound.com
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