I’ve come to realize I watch movies much more differently now.
No, I’m not talking about illegal downloads, Netflix, mobile internet bandwidth, or data-caps. I mean I actually view them differently.
After roaming the country for more than ten years now, I find myself paying very close attention to cinematography and scenery. Specifically, I watch for any filming locations I may recognize. Often I will pause and rewind scenes just to confirm, or argue my point. Rene hates that.
During city scenes, I will watch to see if I can identify the skyline.
“I’m lost in the dust of the chase that my life brings
*Apparently I never wrote that Tulia book review I meant to long ago. 😕
Any scene with a long, lonely highway will have me on the edge of my seat.
We’ve just started catching up on another season of Longmire, and I have yet to spot any Wyoming settings that look familiar.
This came as no surprise once I realized the show is shot on location in New Mexico. Though that fact did.
Am I the only one? Any other full-time RVers out there find themselves watching the screen a little closer after being on the road so long? What movie locations have you seen in your travels?