What a phenomenal series! But "wind capture two" really blows my mind in some ineffable, windblowing way that's excruciatingly difficult to put into (or out of) words at the moment, but I think you know what I'm trying to say.
thanks.yes, i know what you're trying to say!i may head back for more, tomorrow...depends on bike week traffic.
raw . . .blustery . . .two words for windI live where we seldom have ferocious winds. A few years ago we visited New Orleans. One night a storm blew in. I had never seen such wind! The rain was blowing horizontally and the large metal billboard beneath our motel window (the Sheraton on Canal Street) Was bending and writhing like it was about to leave its moorings. It was terrifying but fascinating and we found we could not leave the window.
my son's birthday is march 16th, and i always associate march with wind."To Capture the Wind" is a beautifully illustrated children's book, painted by gregory manchess.i wonder if you were experiencing hurricane winds?
I'm not sure if the winds were hurricane force--we've never experienced them.Thanks for the tip on the children's book. I'll look it up
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