The occasional observations of Brian L. Frye.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
(2008) by Brian L. Frye; video, color, sound, 4 minutes.
The Aleutian Islands are notorious for the williwaw, a violent wind whipping down sheer cliffs to the sea at over a hundred miles an hour. In the meantime, the islands abide.
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