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Hello wonderful Permies friends....
Inspired by the recent YouTube thread I got very active recently in videoing nature and insects.

I need your feedback. Please.

I have a nature, insects, biology and sometimes Educational You Tube channel called: anima ex nihilo

It is new.  Can you watch three videos for me and provide some feedback?? I would greatly appreciate it!

  a 2min part of a 6 min video. This is privately shared. Only viewable by link. It is a continuation of the next video putting music to nature with a bunch of insects.

Part 1 with me narrating, and no music:  


And a mushroom id request video:


So I envision the first video as something that a cubicle or city dweller might enjoy as a weekday Nature Break.  Nature set to music.

The second video (Part 1 of the Honey Tree phenomenon) wasn't planned, i was discovering, and narrating a lot so I didn't set it to music.

The third video, the mushroom discovery is part two. (You can find part one on my channel page). It has music and brings you along to look at these mushrooms up close.

What are your thoughts on my presentation and video quality? I'm very low tech and all is done with my iPhone 5. If I were to use a DSLR camera and editing, etc it would consume too much time and I would hardly ever post any videos.

My goal is to make these videos for enjoyment, education and appreciation of nature.   That seems pretty Permaculturesque to me. If people are afraid of insects and nature, it is hard to learn to live in harmony with them.

I could see these videos being shared/used in school and homeschooling settings, as well as by suburbanites who long for a weekly excursion into nature.

I have spider videos scheduled for the next 3 Fridays. I'm calling it Spidey Fri-dey.

And these longer 6-15min nature videos with music "Mid-Week Nature Break"

How am I doing? What am I doing wrong/weakly??

Your feedback IS GOLD!! I need some good constructive criticism!!!


And any new subscribers, commenters and likes would also be appreciated!!!

Thanks so much!!!
 
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For so many seeking to get into better harmony with nature, are there none that could/will provide some feedback and criticism to my presentation of nature?

I would greatly appreciate it!!!
 
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I added a video on How To ID a Date Plum (native US persimmon) tree.  

It is a little light, not a super serious tutorial.  I hope you like it!!

 
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