Emily Guendelsberger Emily is City Paper's arts editor. She enjoys writing about feminism, opera, television, arts ecosystems, music theory, people with weird jobs and pretty much everything involving money. You can also find her writing at the A.V. Club and other fine publications.
Remember how we went to the last week? Yeah, that was pretty great.
Sergeant Buckley has been shooting video all day — from about 6 inches off the ground. The most common thing in the footage so far has been his tongue, hanging in every shot like an errant boom mike. “That, and a lot of corgi butts,” says Buckley’s owner, Jonathan Davis. He and his wife Lisa tested hanging the GoPro from Buckley’s collar at home in anticipation of getting this corgi-eye POV at a party with about 60 other corgis and their owners.
The Davises promised to send along their footage of Buckley's Corgi-Cam when Lisa finished editing it (she's actually a professional video editor), and lo, they followed through on their promise. And lo: It is good. Here you go.
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