Living in Austin, Texas we’re in the midst of one of the hottest summers on record. I believe today will be our 60th day of triple digit heat (38+ for the Celsius crowd), so we’re always looking for a way to cool off. A nice paddle on a cool river would help a lot, but unfortunately we’re also in the middle of one of the worst droughts ever to.
With those factors working against me, I turn to the video below for at least a little psychological cool down. It’s called RainDrop and it begins with a single drop of rain that turns into running water, before flowing into rivers that only continue to grow in volume and intensity. It is a beautifully shot film and hopefully it’ll deliver a refreshing feeling to you as well, no matter where you are. Enjoy!
RainDrop from DKayaking on Vimeo.
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1 thought on “<i>RainDrop</i>: A Beautiful Kayaking Video”
This video was great! I love how it showed the single drop turning into a puddle, then stream until finally dude was rocking the raging river! It's funny how water takes the path of least resistance, and yet these guys take the exact opposite stance of that!
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