(Video link HERE.) On the East Coast, our attention is on the monster blizzard heading our way and the constant notices of road and transit closings and a general feeling of… DANGER. On the West Coast, Susan Dworski in Venice, California reported “80 degrees with a weird red sky and bed sheets pulled off to wash are shooting blue sparks in the dry, electric air. ‘Earthquake weather’ we California natives call it.”

For a break from whatever vague anxieties or States of Emergencies you may be experiencing, allow us to “beam” you to the deck of a ship to simply sit and watch the ocean, via this 93 minute video shot from the bow of a container ship navigating the South China Sea. We invite you to see what happens if you set this full screen and take in this view for a while…

via Kottke

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