As usual, and like I have been doing already for a few weeks now, it’s time to get started with another week at work and share that inspiring video clip that would help set the stage on what promises to be another exciting week. Once again, I am on the road for my next business trip, this time around to Madrid, to participate on a customer event, later on in the week, talking about “The Social Enterprise” and where I am going to be sharing the stage with one of my favourite people over here in Spain in the space of the Social Web: Dolors Reig. But more on that later, as I am sure I would have an opportunity to live tweet it eventually. Back into getting the work week off to a good start sharing that inspirational video… Do you still remember the amazing one I shared a few weeks back on “The Mountain“? Well, I have got another one for you: El Cielo de Canarias / Canary Sky (Tenerife).
Indeed, if The Mountain, by Terje Sorgjerd, was one of the most stunning video clips I have watched over the course of time, Canary Sky is not lagging much behind either! Created, produced and put together by Daniel López, once again, here we have got that wonderful time lapse scene of Father Mount Teide sharing with the rest of the world one of those breath-taking precious little moments worth while experiencing and living through to the fullest: watching both the skies and nature in full force and with all their splendour, as time passes by inexorably, in what would be considered a great reminder of why we are all here: to enjoy, rejoice to the fullest, and admire the beauty and uniqueness of our green planet.
There are lots of other things that I could say about this particular video clip, I am sure, but this time around I think it is perhaps much better if I’ll just leave it down to you to go and have a look, hit Play, and start watching it, while I am on my way to Madrid to spend the next couple of days over there. This time around I’m making sure that the blog will continue to have some fresh content, as there are plenty of really interesting things I would want to share along with you folks, so stay tuned and come back for more! Hope you all have a wonderful week ahead of you! Mine has just gotten off to a great start by just watching this marvellous piece of inspiration:
(Special thanks to fellow colleague Paul Richards who forwarded the link to the video last week. Thanks much, Paul! That was wonderful!)