This is a story about an old fart named Harold. Harold was a simple man, of simple wants and needs. With a bottle of scotch in one hand and binoculars in the other, He’d spend whole afternoons counting red cars passing his living room window, For every tenth red car, he’d take a sip of the bottle. This would go on for quite some time until the old man got tired of doing the the technicolor yawn. Just as Harold was about to find his favorite towel, he could hear footsteps nearing the front door and a faint ring in the doorbell. Not being accustomed to visitors, Harold was nearly dumbstruck by the possibility of a visitor and what t
As I stated in my last journal entry, I've been very busy lately creating music. And while I'll continue doing that at some point, my focus is now back on photography and art. In my latest visit to Heidal, which is a location in southern Norway, in the county of Oppland. I took a lot of pictures in the more mountainous areas, you can already see some of those in my gallery now, I'll upload more throughout the months ahead. Feedback and comments on these are as always very much appreciated.
So as some of you know I now focus on creating music, and now recently I've tried making music that'd fit to movies, tv, and games. To test this I added my ambient song "Going Extinct" to an emotional scene from the movie Cloverfield, as that movie doesn't have a soundtrack, it was a nice movie to test it on. As always comments and feedback is very appreciated.
You can watch it here:
As this was my first attempt I think it came out pretty good.
You can listen to the song in its entirety here: https://soundcloud.com/simenskaflotten/going-extinct