Sunday Respite – Song of the Seas


I chose Vangelis “Song of the Seas” for my Sunday Respite. I suggest watching in full screen. Have a wonderful day.

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7 Responses to “Sunday Respite – Song of the Seas”

  1. Adrienne Says:

    It’s a reminder of how powerful water can be. We used to go up every summer to the North Shore of Lake Michigan and I loved listening to the waves during the night.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I too always looked forward to our trips to the ocean. Something that soothes the savage beast, and we sure need it right now.

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  2. Always On Watch Says:

    Serene.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I thought a change from my winter scenes was warranted. Hope it brought some rest.

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  3. the unit Says:

    I do love the oceans and seas.
    The turbulence at the 3:30 mark reminded though of the persistence of the leftist, radical element effect of the crashing waves on the craggy, rugged, rough-hewn, strong, rocky conservative shore.
    Like how the ideological and political left and radicals keep coming at our staunch, set, tried and true conservative values.
    Can be peaceful, but always lurking, waiting to be furious in the perfect storm.
    Be vigilant.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Very well said Unit. Hope you are holding your own with your health. Good hearing from you.

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      • the unit Says:

        Yes, thank you Bunker. Doing pretty well in my craggy, rugged, rough-hewn, strong, and weathered ways. 🙂

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