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SOOTHING SOUND OF THE SEA W/O MUSIC-Calming Ocean Waves-Sound of Wind-Healing Relaxation

Saturday, December 31st, 2011 | mumbaihikers | Inspire

Now available, mp4’s and mp3’s. https://gumroad.com/relaxingnaturesounds

Listen and view anywhere anytime, no need for internet, and there are absolutely no ads.

If you are not sure, an mp4 is a downloadable DVD of sorts and an mp3, a downloadable CD.

Relax under an early evening sun and enjoy this wonderful peaceful video with sounds of the ocean without Music, and it’s dramatic waves crashing over the rocks. Even though the sea at times is very powerful with crashing waves, there is also a great sense of calmness, tranquility and peace about it. These images of the ocean with the relaxing sound of the wind and the sounds of the sea can be used for healing meditation, specifically ocean meditation. Use this ocean relaxation with natures music as part of a stress relief inner healing programme.

I filmed this beautiful scene on the rocky coastline of County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland.

The Islands in the background are known as the Skelligs, Skellig Micheal and small Skellig.
Skellig Michael, the larger and higher of the two, rising 714 feet almost vertically out of the Atlantic ocean and 8 miles from the mainland, has to be one of the most incredible and fascinating places in the world.
An Island of breathtaking scenic beauty rich in natural wonders and also steeped in history. During the 6th century St. Fionan founded a monastic settlement on the Island, an incredible feat of engineering for this period in history. Stone steps, laid by the monks, rising 200 metres above their landing sites at sea level. At this height, stone terraces were built upon which they constructed their monastic settlement consisting of stone built beehive cells, retaining walls, two oratories, a church, cross slabs and two wells.
They are believed to have lived there until the 12th century when they abandoned the settlement and moved to the mainland. During their 600 years inhabiting the Island they endured incredible hardship surviving in this inhospitable place, also surviving raids by vikings invaders.

The smaller island is a natural wonder in it’s own right, hosting 27,000 pairs of Gannets, the second largest colony of these seabirds in the world.

Well worth a visit if you are ever in the southwest of Ireland, though there is talk of closing them to the public.

If you have ever been to visit them, why not add your experience as a comment, your experience will inform others, likewise with any of my other videos, if you have anything to add to what I have said please share your views.

The equipment I use for creating my videos is a Canon 5d Mark2 camera with a EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM Lens, a EF 70-200mm 2.8 L IS USM Lens and a EF 24-70mm L USM Lens set on a Manfrotto Tripod. I record onto a SanDisk Extreme Pro 32gb Flashcard and all of this is stored in a Lowepro Flipside 400AW. I then edit on a MacBook Pro with several iomega 1tb hard drives.

Please share this video with anyone you think may find it useful to relax with. Thank you very much for watching, commenting, rating and supporting this and my other relaxing videos,

This video is filmed and produced by myself, Johnnie Lawson. I am a visual Artist living and working in the North West of Ireland.

Thanks to dynamicell Raben Kayyy hazure and Mugurm who have generously granted permission to use their respective sound recordings under creative commons attribution, www.freesound.org

CHANNEL:- http://www.youtube.com/user/johnnielawson

VIDEO:- http://youtu.be/9hjzZog-P2k

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