Time for another “Weekend Web” presentation.
The topic this time is The Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne, Massachusetts, a wonderful spot that I discovered this summer and have been to 4 or 5 times. It is an old trolley bridge that was turned into the flower garden in the 1920’s and 1930’s. It is donation sponsored and maintained so that something is always in bloom. There was always something different to see on each of my outings.
The tools that I used to capture the photos and videos were a simple point and shoot Olympus camera and a Flip Video camera.
The presentation tool that I used was Masher.com. It is a bit like animoto but gives you more control over your timeline — but doesn’t make as splashy a presentation as animoto. The interface is pretty easy to use, although the sliders for scrolling through your uploads was a little “slippery.”
Thanks to Professor Gerstein for the lead to masher. And thanks to Van Davis for the music.
UPDATE: I think masher is having some troubles. I will look into it.