Winds

There is nothing quite like recording wind sounds and listening to the wind is something else. If you listen to these two samples you can drift and let your mind tell a thousand stories. One wind sound is from the hot Mojave desert, the other from the humid semi tropics of Florida.
In sample 1 comes the hot winds of the Mojave Desert, Creosote bushes blow in the wind and make squeaking noises as the branches rub together. Flies are abundant keeping low in the scrub trying not to get blown with the direction of the wind.
Sample 2 is the remnants of a tropical hurricane that avoided land and therefore sidestepping potential property damage. These winds are topping 18 MPH and 50 MPH respectively

Mojave Desert

Winds blowing through creosote bushes

Mojave winds

Low pressure over Florida

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To see a movie of wind and wind protection, take a peep here….

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