Our Wonderful Planet Called Earth

By: Jim Williams

We just bought a Blue ray HD DVD player for our HDTV. After we got it hooked up, which took a spell... I, for some reason or another just realized that I did not have any HD movies for me to observe on it.

Fortunate I already knew which one I sought to see foremost and that was Planet Earth. So I got on the net and purchased it from an online outlet. The bad occurrence tho' is that I had to wait three days; however I did save myself around twenty dollars, so it was worth the wait.

So it came with multiple disks with around three to four episodes of Planet Earth on each of the disks. If you did not know already each installment of Planet Earth is one hour long. So once I put in Planet Earth to analyze on our HDTV I went to the menu of the opening disc for the opening film.

As you can ideate it was quite surprising how well the image looked. All of the landscapes were riddled as can be in quality and the animals looked as if they were moving across the screen as they moved. I was impressed also on how well Planet Earth was filmed with a HDTV camera.

Several of the animals they show in the pic looks as if they are right there close to them and the animals are not even being disturbed by them being around. It is really the most amazing flick of its type. One film that really impressed me is the freshwater one.

In the commencement of it, it shows Angel ... the highestl water downfall in the world. Then it starts to break off from there and shows the special animals that live in the freshwater surroundings. Another thing Planet Earth does is how well it shows the over view of the ground.

Several shots are taken in high Earth altitudes while others are from space viewing the landscape and everything around it. The space shots are also one of my favourite things to look at.

Of course on our HDTV it looks as superior as it possibly can but it gives you a thought of how miniscule the World reallyl is but at the same instance when it talks about many of the environments it feels that the world is very mammoth.

When you are watching Planet Earth you may get to an environment that they begin to addressl about that upright looks foreign to you. Several of the things that are in the environment seem as if it was not genuine and you can not even imagine about being in many of these places in real life.

One that really shows what I am talking about is the caves programme. Basically what it shows you is the underground world of Earth. How things work under the surface and the weird little creatures that inhabit the caves.

It is genuinely something that will be hard for most people on the planet to believe once they have seen any of the impressive animals that live on it. This movie is truly surprising especially if viewed on a HDTV!

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