Here is some unseen footage from 2015. I was only able to find this one set of footage from my trip to Vancouver with my mom, sister and boyfriend in August. I was planning on vlogging my trip for the Taylor Swift concert. Furthermore, I was hoping to film the Pride Parade. However, I forgot to record more footage once we got to Vancouver. I, further, was only able to get the first part of the parade, due to the parade being over three hours. Additionally, people kept bumping into me and jarring the camera. In addition, where I was standing, I had to film over people’s heads. Furthermore, Mark and I decided to watch the parade from a different place, where there was shade and seating.
In this video, I’ll be unboxing the Home Alone 25th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition, which includes all five Home Alone’s, a Christmas decoration, a toy spider, and the wanted poster and map of where all the traps were for the first movie.
I got this off of Amazon on Black Friday for $25. On Amazon, it told me that I was going to receive it on Thursday, December 3rd, and I was happy with that since my birthday is the 3rd of December. But I got it on Tuesday.
Here is the footage that I filmed from the 2015 Victoria Pride Parade. The parade this year was noticeably larger, with more companies, more organizations and even churches participating.
However, this year we had an orangey-yellow tint in the sky due to all the wIldfires in BC with that being said, in parts of the video you will see that. I did, however, try to get the whole video corrected to one colour but I was unable to. Additionally, I had to lower the volume in part due to possible copyright infringement flags.
David, Megan and I were assigned to make a Mini Documentary on any subject. We decided to make ours on the surfboard and apparel company Anian.
Thank you to Paul Long and Nicholas Van Buren for letting us interview you guys.
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Check them out at 516 Discovery St, Victoria, BC, Canada
Yesterday (December 6th, 2014) was the “2014 IEOA Truck Light Convoy” in Victoria, BC, Canada. I went with this year with my boyfriend, mom, dad and three family friends! We were on Goldstream Ave.
Visit IEOA’s website for a full list of the sponsors and more info.