Flowers of the Fellowship

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First, please accept my apology.  My original version of this video had a soundtrack of what was purported to be a public domain version of “Summertime” by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald that I downloaded from  Everything on their site is supposed to be in the public domain.

Youtube allowed approximately 20 views and then shut it down claiming copyright violation.  I removed the original 5:09 minute version from this site and Youtube and re-edited the film to fit the Youtube provided music.  I had to remove some photos from the montage to fit the time constraints of Youtube’s music.  Although it’s not my first choice, I still think it plays quite well.  Let me know what you think.   ~LTG        

Again, watch full screen, if possible.  The photos are really spectacular!

FYI, the Youtube provided music is “Siniforia in D Minor, Opus 37, Finalia Allegro Vince” performed by the Academia Montis Regalis.

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3 responses to “Flowers of the Fellowship

  1. Great! Thanks, love classical music and flowers!

  2. What a labor of love! Thank you, Grannie!!!

    Your lilacs and your lush garden look even more beautiful in full-screen mode. 🙂

    I hope to have enough for a second “Flowers of the Fellowship” video, soon!

  3. lowtechgrannie

    I’m glad I took that photo of the lilac tree when I did because we’ve had a rainy spell that finished off the flowers for this year. I thought that purple sunset made a very dramatic finish!


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