Cloudset

As hot and dry as it is, Palm Springs does receive the occasional summer storm. The clouds roll up, wind whips the foliage, lightening sparks, thunder rolls and almost none of the rain reaches the the 104 degree ground. But it is pretty.

As everyone knows by now, we are working hard to turn these scenic videos into a video greeting card business. Now that the website is working (don’t ask) it is time for a little marketing. Over the Labor Day weekend every blog subscriber will be made a member of Once Upon a Greeting. The additional subscription is FREE and runs through the end of January 2015 (yes, 2015). There is no obligation to use or even look at the site. But you might like it. And if you know someone else who might also enjoy it sign them up for this blog by Sunday night and we will set them up as well.

An email with your username and password will arrive next Tuesday. Enjoy your Labor Day. Hopefully, the skies will be clear. If not, I hope they are as pretty as this one.

The rules of embedding have changed in the past month. I apologize for any confusion. Thank you.

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About Paul and Karen Brisson

Producers of SlowTV. Scenic videos that use light and motion to explore the natural world. We make them, watch them and enjoy sharing them. Please watch and comment.
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One Response to Cloudset

  1. Don Brisson says:

    Definitely pretty skies! A little too much palm with gray/blue background. Blushing skies hold me better than waving branches.
    Don

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