I use sound methods to fall asleep and I love the ocean and the sound of waves crashing it's really nice. I use meditation music as well but rn I've been really interested in the sea and haven't felt the ocean since 2015 sadly
+Rebecca Chinnis thanks so much for your kind comment. It is a lovely place with the mountains dropping so steeply down to the sea... very dramatic landscape. Bit of a struggle getting down to this spot but well worth it on a day like that. Jon
+Samadhijunkie It's incredible I agree! It's a mystery as water seems to be so scarce in our solar system.
We are so blessed. This world has so much beauty and diversity. Just hope we find a way to conserve what we still have.
+Pipstar Thanks so much for your kind compliments on this and the other video you commented on! :) Comments like yours make it an absolute pleasure to share my videos. As for the subscribers... the tally is climbing slowly but steadily I'm thrilled to say. Jon
+8 Hours of Thanks!
You have some nice sound tracks on your channel. It's really interesting to see what sounds some people find relaxing... I never thought about it before but something like the sound of a washing machine is actually quite soothing. Maybe it takes people back to those lazy Saturday mornings from childhood perhaps with Mom going about her chores while they sleep late. :) Will look through your sound vids a bit more. I personally like the rain and ocean sounds the most.
Thanks for subscribing. Will do the same.
+Antoinette Lake Thanks, glad you like it!
Yes, there really is a lot to watch in this one. One of the things that fascinates me is how the energy of some of the bigger waves return back out to see after crashing into the cliffs and forms a swell that ramps over the next incoming wave. Some even cause huge plumes of spray to shoot up as the outgoing wave flips over.
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