Description: RETD. ALL 5/2011 ** NEG. GOOD FULL SCREEN FLAMES, MONSTER TRUCK SHOW, NICE SHOTS OF LAKE/RIVER/OCEAN INLET POSSIBLY IN WASHINGTON; FULL SCREEN good orange flames against black BG; DX WS jet leaving vapor trail in blue sky, going diagonally across screen, plane (too small to see) leaving contrail; DX brief hazy shot of small plane in sky (two engine plane?). WS jet flying straight up leaving contrail ;NX FS red white and blue monster truck running over cars at show, P-Out to WS. VAR monster truck crushing snazzy old cars; Monster truck lying on its side having flipped over, ha ha, tow truck coming around, P-Out Pan along crushed cars; P-In fallen monster truck. VAR: weird monster truck, monster van, van gets stuck trying to crush cars, ha ha, what a goit; MS Track monster van's wheels, van approaching camera. VAR CU's the giant wheels; VAR monster truck made from '60's pick up, has picture of a monster truck painted on its side for the truly dense; DX WS odd little ferry type boat on picturesque lake with houses or lodges along shore. WS ferry with snowcapped mtns on horizon; DAWN/DUSK beautiful after sunset colors behind forest along shore of lake. Barely visible boat moving along shore; DX sandy beach on shore of lake, overcast day. F/S Full Screen surface of calm lake with gentle ripples; DX WS lodge or house on lake's shore. WS far shore with coniferous forest. DUSK WS several ducks swimming in a row; DUSK beautiful God Shot illuminated clouds, dark forest on horizon, lake in FG. Good image for 'the calm after the storm'; DX/DUSK sunset behind clouds, dark forest, sunset light shining on lake. DX WS barn-like structure on stilts by shore; DX closer shot of old structure maybe for storing stuff & loading stuff onto boats. Pan-L from bridge, house & warehouse; DX Warehouse thing, house not visible. VAR WS dock, Mt Rainier on horizon? WS cute tugboat or fishing boat amid lake/river/inlet; DUSK WS sunset colors in sky and reflected in lake, pine forest along horizon. WS boat crossing lake ;
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