1. Sturmtief Felix in Kiel

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    Storm Front "Felix" Timelapse 10.01.2015 Kiel / Germany shot with NEX5R / 16mm / 2.8 Video: Barne Peters Music: Frank Martinique www.barnepeters.de

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    • Hot laps on Grizzly Shoulder - Dec 21, 2014

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      Gopro of December 21 skiing at Rogers Pass - Grizzly Shoulder / Puff Daddy Area. Thanks to Helly Hansen and K2 Alberta for the support to fuel more dreams! The conditions were a mixed bag with crust beginning to form under the snow storm below 1900 m. The Storm snow was starting to be very reactive to ski cuts and any triggers down to 25 cm. The wet snow made us all soaking wet by the time we reached the car everyday but my HH Odin jacket kept the elements at bay and me comfortable the whole time.

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      • Incoming Storm

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        Gloomy days trigger the most nostalgia. This one's for you, Dad. Incoming storm timeplase - Belmont Shore - Long Beach, CA 12/16/2014 Artist: Puscifer Song: Horizons

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        • MINATO KOYANAGI in Melbourne

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          From Melborune Minato's signature style paired with Shouwa A Meijin Film for a chill part. His other part. check it. http://ruamagazine.net/information/12382.html http://ruamagazine.net/information/27529.html Skate : Minato Koyanagi Friends : Kanada Syoutaro Film Edit : A Meijin Film

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          • A Stormy 1st Week of December in California (December 1-3, 2014)

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            It looks like California was in for another treat to much-needed rainfall. However, it may be too much of a good thing... Weather scenario as of Monday, December 1, 2014: The second of two strong pacific storms (1st one had hit on the weekend right after Thanksgiving) was set to head over the greater Monterey and San Francisco Bay Areas beginning Monday night and extending into Wednesday. This storm system was followed on the heels of a previous system that had just delivered 1 to several inches of rain to the Bay Area over the past few days. The 1st system had brought 3-4 inches in the Santa Cruz and coastal North Bay mountains, which created slick roads and downed some trees and power lines in locations. Soils were now well saturated and streams are still emptying the runoff from the recent rains. The forecast for this 2nd storm system was for plentiful precipitation to arrive in two main episodes. The 1st episode was predicted to begin late Monday night and continuing through midday Tuesday, bringing periods of heavy rain in areas around the Bay Area, including our area of San Jose, CA. The second episode was slated to come by late Tuesday night into Wednesday, bringing widely spread rain throughout the region. The second episode, unlike the first, was to bring more evenly distributed precipitation to the region, with the potential for focus on the North Bay counties rather than Monterey Bay and southward. The end result of both episodes was that rainfall totals for Monday night through Wednesday may reach upwards of 5 inches particularly at higher elevations like in the Santa Cruz mountains. Many areas of the Bay Area would generally get above an inch of rain, with even higher amounts in higher terrain before all was said and done. What about the rare lightning deal? Weather scenario as of Tuesday evening, December 2, 2014: Doppler radar data indicated moderate to heavy rain falling across a portion of the North Bay in addition to widespread moderate to heavy rainfall over the coastal waters moving toward our area. Parts of the Bay Area saw more than 100 lightning strikes and heavy rain Tuesday night. Unlike most rainstorms that come from Alaska this time of year, this storm system came from a subtropical area of the Pacific Ocean, southwest of California. The combination of days of accumulated rainfall and gusty winds would result in several downed trees and possible power outages. Keep in mind that there are many more dead trees this year as a result of the long term drought conditions in addition to other factors. In the event that any power lines fall... remain at a safe distance and contact your local power provider... Word of Caution: Noting that soils were already moist and that winds were higher with this second system, the most likely impacts in coastal mountains would be downed trees and power lines, as well as debris flows and rock falls in steep saturated areas. In some areas, and depending on rainfall intensity, some roadways and agricultural areas were flooded, and storm drains were clogged or temporarily overwhelmed. Be safe and exercise caution, particularly in urban areas where ponding and drainage problems were to develop... More storms and rain and even a stronger storm (on December 11) was on tap for our state... We may need the rain but it may be too much of a good thing at this point! (Footage and photos taken around San Jose, CA from December 1-3, 2014)

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            • Heavy Rains Made For A Wet Sunday In The Bay Area (11-30-14)

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              In this video, it shows heavy rains drench our neck of the woods around the Bay Area on the weekend after Thanksgiving, particularly on Sunday, November 30, 2014. This was the same storm that brought moderate to heavier rain the day prior (Nov. 29). The rains had persisted thru much of the late morning hours and into early afternoon. The rain had finally lit up by mid afternoon, right when me and my folks were headed out to eat lunch at Sweet Tomatoes after our church service. The region was drenched but we really do need the rain, being that we are in a serious drought... Weather scenario: Unsettled weather conditions were expected to return to the Bay Area as early as Friday evening with rainfall spreading southward even into our area here in San Jose, CA by early Saturday...with rain lingering into Sunday. Indeed the weekend right after Thanksgiving and Black Friday appeared to be wet and unsettled. However, this was just one of a series of storms to impact our area. A more potent storm system was then expected to impact much of the region by Monday into Early Tuesday. It would be a rainy start to December 2014. With widespread rainfall and gusty winds, it would call for a stormy start December, right after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Oh well, we do need the rain. Stay safe out there, folks! Roads would be slick... (Weather footage, coverage and pics taken Sunday, November 30, 2014)

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              • Predawn Rains Drench San Jose, CA (November 29, 2014)

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                In this video, it shows moderate to heavy rain drenching San Jose, CA in the predawn hours of Saturday, November 29, 2014. At least that's the advantage of driving during the very early morning...no traffic! Weather scenario: Unsettled weather conditions were expected to return to the Bay Area as early as Friday evening with rainfall spreading southward even into our area here in San Jose, CA by early Saturday...with rain lingering into Sunday. Indeed the weekend right after Thanksgiving and Black Friday appeared to be wet and unsettled. However, this was just one of a series of storms to impact our area. A more potent storm system was then expected to impact much of the region by Monday into Early Tuesday. It would be a rainy start to December 2014. With widespread rainfall and gusty winds, it would call for a stormy start December, right after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Oh well, we do need the rain. Stay safe out there, folks! Roads would be slick... (Weather footage taken Saturday, November 29, 2014; around 4ish a.m.)

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                • Santa Barbara Harbor Surfski Downwind

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                  Dorian Wolter and Felix Rabanal doing downwind Surfski and OC-1 runs on a breezy day outside the Santa Barbara Harbor on 12/12/2014.

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                  • Timescapes - Lebec, CA

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                    I spent my 30th birthday weekend this year camping in Lebec, CA. There was a torrential downpour on the evening of Oct. 31st that made for some awesome cloud formations.

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                    • I WAS BORED

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                      Experimental 3.0 megapixel silent short film. October 25th 2012, Hurricane Sandy was passing by my country and I was really bored of being inside the entire day, so when the weather calmed down a little bit, I went outside to make some recordings of the wet and stormy panorama with the 3.0 megapixel camera of my then cell phone, just for experimentation.

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