Thanks. Looking forward to seeing this.
BBC has just started broadcasting its new natural world series, called Frozen Planet, narrated by no other by David Attenborough. So far, the first episode is out.
I've watched the first episode in 1080i and it is absolutely mind blowingly stunning!
If you thought "Planet Earth" and "Life" looked great, wait till you see this. I am not kidding. It is THAT good!
See if you can find a high-def torrent. It is definitely worth downloading until bluray comes out sometime next year.
I've watched the episodes through Autumn. Pretty amazing stuff. I could watch water freeze over and over...the snow flakes in particular were amazing to see captured like that. Polar Bears & Arctic Wolves have to be the most entertaining to me....migratory birds not so much but some cool stuff in there like Emperor Penguins and there was one species of bird that hangs out on cliff edges...the young birds have to make their first flight off the side of a cliff and make it to the water which is a good distance away...the first one they show lands on the ground, survives the crash landing only to be collected up by a fox....so harsh.
Late to the party here, but just now getting caught up watching the marathon recap before the finale tonight.
I can't believe what I'm seeing. This is incredible stuff... And the "making of" piece that preceded it is no less amazing.
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