Stromness Storm Video

Here is a little sound and video sample of what it feels like to be in the wind…



Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name “Precious” :-)

4 Comments

  • dude
    we wuz gonna head straight into this Wind just for the sport of it, but then, started thinking about Wind itself, and the ways of wind, and how the celtic way understood wind more than roads–less an idea, and more a current–a symbolic participation (the four Currents of heaven); and also how these two ways–call em roman and celtic occur simultaneously and both reflect aspects of the God…so we were lost in the meditation for some time..and glad that we decided not to come over for another few weeks–let me know if you got all our e-mails, tellin of our delays…the currents will surely carry us to you before long! d and a

  • As the leading disciple and evangelist in the christian community for Apple Macs I hope the weather has not cut you off from the launch of the Mini Mac – it could be the second coming for Apple since it may for the first time compete with PCs!

  • Hey Andrew, yep were getting battered here in Aberdeen here too, but unfortunatly I have no media recording device but today I invested in a canon sd300 (US Version) thanks to my student loan, not to undermine the subject of the post I was wondering what software you used to create that little video, as once I get this new camera its the exact type of thing I want to put up on my blog. Is it iMovie coz if it is then me a humble Bill Gates machine user (PC) probably wont be able to run it. Anyway to redemptivly return to the subject in the post hold on to something tight and I may be up in orkney before easter to visit Miriam and othewr islanders so may see you. Blessings to Jones’

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