1. XC in Fiesch - swiss paragliding mekka.

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    from Paweł Kampczyk Added 4,784 36 13

    Cross country flight in the Swiss paragliding mekka - Fiesch. Glacier seen on the movie - Aletsch is the largest one in the Alps.

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    • Shane Cross in Lets Live!

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      from john danielson Added 24.2K 45 13

      shane cross with one of his farwell parts

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      • Boxed In

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        from Joel Garman Added 88 5 12

        This short film is about the symbolic box that we all strive to live outside of. I used this as an application video for a film school in New Zealand.

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        • MXON - Canon EOS 7D Test

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          This video is part of out in depth review of the new Canon EOS 7D. Read more on http://www.zmphoto.it/articoli/canon_eos_7d_in_azione/ Questo video è parte del nostro test della nuova Canon EOS 7D. La prova completa su http://www.zmphoto.it/articoli/canon_eos_7d_in_azione/

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          • Unofficial - Ready for The World - How To Dress Well

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            from GWB Added 1,119 16 12

            Directed by: Great White Bros

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            • Battlecreek Cross

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              from nwduffer Added 1,594 4 12

              ©2008 www.pacificpedaling.com The Battlecreek Cross race was part of a new OBRA-sanctioned cyclocross series based in the Willamette Valley, on Saturday, November 8, 2008. The rain hammered riders for most of the day and I did my best to capture the day and paint a picture of how it all went down. This was my first effort with my HV30 and Letus 35mini that I got a few days before the race. I think I shot too much of the day in too shallow of a DOF (1.8-2.8), but I'm still happy with how the first shoot came out, especially since it was pouring most of the day, and I had a crazy jury-rigged umbrella contraption to keep me dry. I also used a homemade 35mm adapter support rig since I didn't realize at the time I'd need one to hold my adapter and lens securely on my tripod. You can see the pics I posted of the adapter support and umbrella rig on the day of the race in this thread: http://hv20.com/showthread.php?t=18088 Gear: HV30, Letus 35mini, Nikkor 85mm 1.8, Bogen legs and head, homemade support rails.

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              • The Pig Farmer - Scene 2

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                from Nick Cross Added 6,532 38 12

                An animated scene from my short film in progress, The Pig Farmer. Animated in Flash CS3

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                • The Full Meaning of the Cross

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                  from Alan V. Pearson, CFRE Added

                  Christ's physical suffering and death on the cross are common sermon topics. However, the "Cup of Wrath" poured out on Him on the cross is rarely talked about. In the very garden where this message was delivered, the night before his death, Christ prayed three times for “the Cup” to be removed from Him. The "Cup" He spoke of was not the physical torture that awaited Him (a common misinterpretation). Yes, the torture He endured at the hands of men was part of God’s redemptive plan. But God's divine justice could not be satisfied by enduring the torture of men; crosses, nails, thorns, and spears are not nearly enough to pay for sin. Christ’s foreknowledge of the "Cup of Wrath," which was soon to be poured out on Him, is behind His cry for deliverance. Despite His prayers, Christ's will gave into that of His Father and He willingly drank the bitter cup of God’s wrath on the cross so His people would be spared this judgment. He bore our transgressions on the cross and paid the divine penalty for our sins - He was forsaken by God (“Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?”) and then crushed under the holy wrath of God in our place. The importance of this cannot be understated and should be a part of every Gospel presentation. The believer is not saved by what men did to Christ on the Cross; the believer is saved because of what God did to Him - He crushed Him under the full weight of His wrath against us. And Isaiah 53:10 (KJV) says it pleased God to do so – that’s how much God hates sin! This is the Full Meaning of the Cross - and we have not fully proclaimed the saving power of the cross if we do not also explain this truth. Sadly, this truth is rarely mentioned in much of the modern Gospel preaching we see today. Hopefully this brief devotional message will lead you to desire a fuller study of the "Cup of Wrath" (Psalm 75:8; Jeremiah 25:15-16),” Isaiah 53:10, and a deeper understanding of the Full Meaning of the Cross. It was delivered in the Garden of Gethsemane, Israel, May 6, 2011. Raw footage, unedited. Edited version coming soon. Many thanks to Paul Washer who opened my eyes to the full meaning of the cross, the "Cup" and Isaiah 53:10. I've listened to the "Full Meaning of the Cross" three times since hearing it for the first time while I stood beside you in the Garden of Gethsemane. In just 4 1/2 minutes you encouraged me with insight into God's word, your passion for full meaning of the cross and encouraged me to be more grateful for the cup Christ drank for me. The focus on the explanation of the cup spoke to me. When I first heard you say, "We are not saved from sin but from God and His judgment” I remember thinking that’s right! We are not saved from sin, because I am still a sinner and sometimes that is discouraging, but we are saved from God's wrath and judgment and I need to be reminded of that. For me, that was a comforting thought and that spoke to me. Everyone should hear the “Full Meaning of the Cross." – Roger Stone, Fort Lauderdale, FL I have heard, read, and know the Passion story of our Lord Jesus Christ. Somehow the details of this particular passage however, regarding the plea that Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane, have never touched these eager ears. Honestly, I am a little embarrassed as a Christian; I never realized the truth associated with that passage. Yet, it's so clear - now that it's been presented rightly here in “The Full Meaning of the Cross.” I had always believed it was an appropriate interpretation of Scripture - that the man side of Jesus was truly dreading the physical suffering that was to come. That, even though He was God in the flesh and knew this was His Father's Will to punish sin for all time; that somehow He was saying "if there could be any other way Father, please!" Now it's so obvious Jesus would never ask that because it was their plan (Father/Son/Holy Spirit) since the beginning of time! Jesus also said "no one takes my life from me, I give it freely". The phrase you said "He drank our Hell for us" was probably the most sobering for me. What a beautiful evangelistic tool this powerful, brief explanation gives. I know I will be sharing and using what I've just been enlightened to, in my own evangelism opportunities from here on out. – Judy Smith, Murrieta CA

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                  • No Or Know Jesus?

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                    from Bulls+Arrows Added 3,206 37 12

                    Who would you say Jesus is? Is he a family belief, a swear word or just some crazy guy who was killed on a cross? For us, Jesus is the whole point of Bulls+Arrows. He has an incredible love that extends to each of us - the wretched, the broken, the addicted, the perverted, the greedy, the weak-willed. He loves us and longs to fill that emptiness inside, that God-shaped vacuum, that nothing else can fill. This is who WE say he is. Who do YOU say he is?

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                    • Shibuya Jazz Revisited

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                      from HDMichael Added 149 2 11

                      This is a 2nd and shorter version of Shibuya Jazz. The first one was thought to be too long and boring so, I went back to Shibuya crossing to reshoot some more different scenes and re-edited them to this version. Please enjoy and leave some comments, thanks.

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