Thursday, 31 December 2020

Fare Well - Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2020

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  1. Gosh, that was truly amazing, thank you! I've just watched the other two parts and was so impressed by the magic of "the choreography on the air, danced by bees". I think it's time for fireworks to move on ... Happy New Year to you!

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  2. This is so wonderful and beautiful Rosemary. I have no idea how it was done, but I wish we could see something like it in Australia on festive occasions. What a very special treat and message. Happy New Year.

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  3. Wow, what a show! Thank you for sharing this treat! Happy New Year, Rosemary.

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  4. Happy New Year Pipistrello, Patricia and Lorrie.
    This spectacular display was done using 'drones' I was intrigued by it.
    There was also a similar display over London last night.

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  5. This show was wonderful
    Happy New Year to you and yours.

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  6. Hello Rosemary, An amazing spectacle. It's good to know that talent and creativity have not bowed to recent pressures and limitations.
    --Jim

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    1. Hello - those were my exact thoughts too Jim - It is hard to imagine that this was all achieved by simply using drones.

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  7. So beautiful and so spectacular. Thank You Rosemary for sharing what to me is a new art form. Stay well.

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    1. It must be lovely to be able see it in real time Gina - it was a first for me too.

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  8. I've seen other drone shows and all are fascinating - but this one is so heartwarming accompanied by such beautiful words (can't not love David Tennant's voiceover) at a time when we so need comfort, peace and hope.
    Thanks for sharing Rosemary.

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    1. I am a David Tennant fan too Mary - I had completely forgotten that he is a Scot.

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  9. Well conceived. "Tears streaming doon ma sporran!" I have missed my east coast and Edinburgh trips this year but a rest is as good as a change so hopefully I'll appreciate them even more once its over and I can get back on city to city buses again.

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    1. I am really hoping that we can return to Scotland in the not too far distant future.

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  10. Fabulous. I love the running deer and clever to get the real ones in too.
    Happy New Year Rosemary.

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    1. It has all been beautifully conceived from the rendition of the poetry, the music and the almost balletic movements of the drones.

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