wave captures

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This videographer’s wave captures are just great every time.


Unique ice waves captured on video in Lake Desmet, Wyoming. Jim Seeman captured this video a few weeks ago at Lake DeSmet in Wyoming. As the sun beats down the ice moves and crackles.

Sasuke: I don’t have a “type.” I don’t waste time thinking of such frivolous things.

Sasuke’s inner mind: Actually blonde hair is really great in contrast to tanned skin … Eyes that look like a perfect ocean wave captured in a time bottle of indigo… Chiseled chest… Broad shoulders… Stupid, bright, grinning face, whiskered cheeks, the name Naruto…

Sasuke @ Sasuke: Would you stop

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Nice capture of waves coming in from the Atlantic

Look at it

Look how its center

How its center produce those waves

wave after wave

wave after wave

Capturing your eyes

Capturing your attention

Capturing your mind

As you look

As you focus on it

Look at how it goes

wave after wave

wave after wave


spreading all the way

with it taking your attention

your focus

All you want is to focus

focus on its center

how it takes away your worries

Your cares

Your thoughts

leaving the spiral

The spiral and my words

So captivating

To look at it

Look at it and let everything else

Everything else fade

No need to care

No need to focus

Focus on anything 

Only the spiral

The Spiral and my words

calming you down

relaxing you

As you feel it all

All your worries

All your cares

All your thoughts




Disappear with the spiral

As you just look at the spiral

Look at the spiral and feel all else fade

Just the spiral

The center

wave after wave

Feeling so good

No more worries 

No more cares

No more thoughts

No need to worry about anything 

Feels so good

Finding all you think off

All you care about

Is the spiral

Looking at it

Focusing on it

Focusing on it 

It and my words

As all else disappear

Once all that remains is the Spiral

The Spiral and my words

You reblog

Reblog and Type

“The waves washed my mind”

Feels so good

So wonderful

So right

To just focus on the center

Focus on it and let everything else fade

All the remain

The center

The spiral

My words

Waking up when you feel ready

Waking up when you feel ready to wake

Until then you just focus on the spiral

The center

Feeling how good

How relaxing

How happy 

How happy you feel reading my words

Once you’re ready you wake up

Remembering what happened

Enjoying the trance

Enjoying my words

Enjoying the spiral

wave after wave


Earth is Singing Like a Whale, Says NASA — Hear it Now
Need some soothing sounds to put your Monday blues in perspective? We've got you covered.
By Chris Taylor

That’s the sound of the Earth “singing,” as recorded by the awesomely-named Storm Probe mission — a couple of satellites investigating the famous Van Allen belts, intense radiation zones that surround our planet like a doughnut. The Storm Probes, launched last month, are mapping the density of charged particles.

The whale song is an audio rendering of radio waves captured by the Probes and caused by the two Van Allen belts, inner and outer. You don’t actually hear the audio in space, of course, but the radio waves — known as “chorus” — are for real.