Making a YouTube channel for Plot 52a

I won’t ever be a Cecil B Demille but it’s fun making videos! This is my foray into YouTube.

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCTpAbp0a9lNyCZfbT2nTWaw

It was such a beautiful but cold morning today I spend a lot of time at the allotment. Not only to plant the bare rooted roses that arrived yesterday, but for my well being. I won’t dwell on it but after recovering, successfully, from three types of cancer over the last 5 years there are times I can’t get the worry out of my head of it returning. So a few hours on the allotment was very cathartic and now all is right with the world.

Whilst I was there instead of taking photos, I thought I’d have a little fun and make a video of Plot 52a. I’ve been watching a lot of YouTube videos recently to gain information on allotment life. This afternoon I set up my YouTube channel, but now realise that the videos are narrow and maybe I need to use an iPad rather than iPhone and every time I stopped recording, it didn’t pause so I have 5 little short videos. It’s a big learning process.

I have since found out how to upload videos without the black strips down the side so the next video should be easier to watch.

Anyway, if you are interested please take a look at the Plot 52a channel using the link above and if interested subscribe to see how it evolves. Thank you!

5 thoughts on “Making a YouTube channel for Plot 52a

    1. Thank you Julie. I suspect you will learn from my mistakes! 😄😄 It looks like rain for the rest of this week which is a bit frustrating. I suspect I will upload a video about only once or twice a month, I don’t want the vlog to lose momentum. .

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  1. Well done! Your foray into video format is off to a great beginning!
    A suggestion: title your videos with a hint as to the content (rose planting) (cultivating) (Daff beds, etc) – it will make it easier to keep track of what you’ve got. Video editing would be my next learning curve if I pursued it further.
    Brava!

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