Imber

I was lucky enough this Easter to get into Imber, a tiny village in the middle of Salisbury Plain. Normally the village is closed to the public..what’s left of it anyway. I went out of personal curiousity really, I fancied motoring down there in my ancient and beautiful amazon…but thought I might as well take along a camera and little sound recorder. I spent a magical couple of afternoons there- the weather was magnificent, and if it had not been for the sporadic bursts of gunfire it would have been idyllic.

Hopefully after clicking the magic button and watching for a few minutes you will understand a bit more about ‘Little Imber’. Go full screen…live a little…I dare you 🙂

I hope you enjoy the piece.

DW

duckrabbit readers have their say

Anonymous is raving:

Wow, wow wow… amazing photography and the audio is great too!

David White is very happy

Blimey…thanks…whoever you are; let’s get married :)

Adam Westbrook is presumptuous

You won’t want to marry me, but that was a beautifully told story, I was engrossed!

David White is no tart

had you got in sooner, I might have proposed…I’m engaged now to an annonymous poster…
THANKS for your kind words…I’m glad you liked it.

duckrabbit is impressed

just goes to show that photographers can record audio and collect photos at the same time, as HARD as that is … What’s even more impressive is that I know that David turned this round super, super fast …

Can you imagine the story being told as well through video?


Discussion (7 Comments)

  1. No name says:

    Wow, wow wow… amazing photography and the audio is great too!

  2. davidwhite says:

    Blimey…thanks…whoever you are; let’s get married 🙂

  3. You won’t want to marry me, but that was a beautifully told story, I was engrossed!

  4. davidwhite says:

    had you got in sooner, I might have proposed…I’m engaged now to an anonymous poster…
    THANKS for your kind words…I’m glad you liked it.

  5. duckrabbit says:

    just goes to show that photographers can record audio and collect photos at the same time, as HARD as that is … What’s even more impressive is that I know that David turned this round super, super fast …

    Can you imagine the story being told as well through video?

  6. Muna Ahmed says:

    WOW this is fantastic.
    The images grabbed my attention straight away and I love the use of the sound effects and background music. I don’t think a video version would have captured the character and authenticity of the village not as well as the photographs anyway.

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