Videos tagged with "storm"
HD Combat Footage: Marines face-off against insurgents during Operation Western Storm [03:35]
U.S. Marines with 2nd Platoon, Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment inserting by helicopter across the Helmand River as part of Operation West...
Cruising from Scotland to Norway in strong storm in the North Sea [00:37]
Our cruise ship spent 10+ hours in a massive storm with 30 to 50 ft waves and 60 to 100 knot winds while crossing the North Sea in late August! IT WAS INTENS...
March View Loch Leven Kinross Perthshire Scotland [01:58]
Tour Scotland March video of Loch Leven on visit to Kinross, Perthshire. Roughly triangular, in shap this Scottish loch is about miles long at its longest. The town of Kinross lies at its western end. Loch Leven Castle lies on an island a short way offshore. This was a royal castle from 1257, and was stormed by William Wallace after being captured by the English. The English besieged the castle in 1301, but it was relieved before it could captured. It was visited by Robert the Bruce. The castle was held against Edward Balliol and the English in 1335. By the end of the 14th century, it had passed to the Douglases of Lochleven. Lochleven passed to the Bruces, then the Grahams, and the Montgomerys. Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the castle and forced to abdicate as queen, before escaping with the help of her jailer's family.
Departure Window Cathedral Dunblane Scotland [00:43]
Tour Scotland video of the Departure stained glass windows on visit to the Cathedral in Dunblane near Stirling. These windows contain in the left and right hand light, respectively, the Passage of the Red Sea and the Chariot of Fire, which suggest departure. In the Passage of the Red Sea is introduced Michael the Archangel, Captain of the Hosts of Israel, in the Pillar of Fire, whilst the Starry Host is shown above the cloud. The two central lights of the window are called by the artist De Profundis, from the Depths, and Sursom Corda, Lift Up Your Hearts, respectively. Underneath both is represented a stormy sea, emblematical of life's chequered course.