During the summer of 2008, a couple of Venezuelan Parachute Base Jumpers (Carlos and Pedro) got together with Propela Productions to make a short film about an extreme dream of the jumpers, Jump from the Base of one of the Twin Towers of Parque Central in Caracas, Venezuela.
They format published in YouTube was divided in 2 parts, this is part 2. You can see Part One here.
Very nicely planned, produced, executed and edited (to my taste).
Let’s keep an eye on these guys, anybody knows if they have a site? I just got this from Nosgoth
Plaza Venezuela Subway Station, Caracas, Venezuela – Any weekday starting at 6:30am
And I don’t think its due to bad subway planning (of course it could be better), but Caracas subway is way more frequent than NY subway, wait times are really short specially at rush hour.
No subway station in New York is that full at 6-7am, at least I haven’t seen one. It seems New Yorkers sleep a little more late, try to get on the subway on Bedford Av towards Manhattan at 9am… is everyone late for work? does everybody start work at 9:30 or 10am? I only see the immigrants (probably illegal) going to work early in the morning here in New York.