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Check out the full video about Remi's adventures in Sumatra, Indonesia where he was the first man who surf foiled "The Bono" wave (or "Seven Ghosts", named after a surf movie about the bore). It is a tidal bore, as it is only found in few rivers around the world. Rider: Remi Quique / Sossego Surfcamp Video: Victor Dutra films #fonefoil #surffoil #foilculture #foneculture
Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River in Indonesia. The phenomenon, called "Bono", is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats! A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here: 🤍 The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono: 🤍 ⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 0:00 Spectators Waiting For The Action 0:30 People Surfing the 1st Wave 1:05 Multiple Surfers Crashing 1:56 Last Surfer Crashing 2:03 1st Wave Coming in 2:30 Wave Makes Contact 2:41 Wave Hits Buildings 3:00 Guy Stranded On A Tree 3:10 Wave Reaches Spectators 4:30 2nd Wave Coming in 4:45 2nd Reaches Spectators 5:29 Guy Still On A Tree In the Middle of the Action 5:59 Water Retreating Again & Guy Climbs Off Tree © Licet Studios GmbH – for further information about us, our content, or licensing / usage inquiries, you may check our website or contact us directly at: licensing🤍licetstudios.com.
It's one of the most extraordinary events on earth. Pororoca is the world’s longest and most dangerous wave - almost 200km up the Amazon River. Once a year, there is just one chance to surf it. But if you catch it, the ride will last for kilometers and go for 30 minutes or more. Get it wrong though, and the alligators and piranhas are waiting. Mike Munro joined Australian big wave legend Ross Clarke-Jones in the fast-moving waters of the Amazon. Subscribe to 7NEWS Spotlight for the latest video » 🤍 Connect with 7NEWS Spotlight online Visit » 🤍 7NEWS Spotlight Podcast » 🤍 Facebook » 🤍 Twitter » 🤍 Instagram » 🤍 7NEWS combines the trusted and powerful news brands including Sunrise, The Morning Show, The Latest, and 7NEWS.com.au, delivering unique, engaging and continuous coverage on the issues that matter most to Australians. Watch 7NEWS nightly at 6pm and weekdays at 11:30am and 4pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.
The worlds most dangerous wave, the "Silver Dragon." Located on the Qiantang river in Hangzhou China, the world's largest tidal bore creates a wave that runs up river allowing surfers to ride it for miles. Full edit from the Worlds most dangerous wave here. Subscribe to channel: 🤍 Get more Alliance MultiMedia: Official Site: 🤍 More Productions: 🤍 Follow Us! Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
The footage you've been waiting for... When the first pulses of the tidal bore showed, Bruno Santos, Dean Brady, Tyler Larronde, Oney Anwar, and original Searcher Tom Curren were there to greet the chocolate barrels of the Seven Ghosts. Witness the greatest river bore tubes ever surfed.
Spectacular moment caught on camera when several meter high tidal waves are speeding up to 130 km inland through the Kampar River, Indonesia. Some spectators seem stand too close to the action. Subscribe for extreme nature content ► 🤍 The phenomenon, called "Bono", is feared by the locals to sink ships, as at full tide during the rainy season the waves can reach a height of 20 feet (6 meters) and a speed of up to 40 km/h. The wave also attracts surfers who attempt to surf the tsunami-like wave, but as the river is also inhabited by crocodiles the surfers need to be escorted by rescue boats! A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the incoming tide forms waves of water that travels upwards against the direction of a river or a bay's current. Tidal bores only occur in a few locations worldwide with a large tidal range. Some of the most famous locations for these waves are the Kampar River in Indonesia (seen in video) and the Qiantang River in China, at which the world's largest bore is reaching heights of up to 9 meters. Unfortunately several people die each year in connection with these tidal bores (also find more information about a tidal bore here: 🤍 The Bono wave is not just one, but a series of multiple waves. Although surfing the Bono waves can be very difficult due to the extreme currents and large amounts of mud brought up with the waves (besides the crocodiles), it remains a popular destination for surfers from all around the world. The Bono is very powerful if there have been heavy rainfalls before, so especially in the rainy season (also check here for more information about the Bono: 🤍 ⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 0:00 Spectators Waiting For The Action 1:55 Waves Coming Closer 2:45 Waves Reaching Spectators 3:30 1st Wave Splashing Spectators 4:57 Waves Returning 5:36 Action is Over © Licet Studios GmbH – for further information about us, our clips, or licensing / usage inquiries, you may check our website or contact us directly at: licensing🤍licetstudios.com.
Occurred on December 6, 2021 / Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia "Bono waves are a natural phenomenon that occurs in the Kampar River, Bono waves occur due to high tides entering the river, the meeting of tidal and ebb tides of the river, Bono waves are well known in foreign countries, the longest surfing place, Bono waves come with a schedule." Contact licensing🤍viralhog.com to license this or any ViralHog video. Make money from your videos! Submit footage here: 🤍 Subscribe, Like, or Follow ViralHog: YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
🤍 The rumors, the myth, the legend... the danger. When the Rip Curl Search crew showed up to surf what could be the greatest river bore waves on the planet, they expected nothing and everything. And it all came true... Presented by: Rip Curl Music: Artist: Phoenix Song: Love Like A Sunset Music Director: Stephane Queme Surfers: Bruno Santos, Dean Brady, Oney Anwar, Tyler Larronde & Tom Curren. Filmed by: Jon Frank, JP Mothes, Lachlan McKinnon & Stepane Queme Directed by: JP Mothes. Edited by: JP Mothes & Stephane Queme Spotology: Antony "Yep" Colas Jetski Drivers: Michel Larronde & Vincent Lartizien Logistic Assistance: River Defender Association Many thanks for their support: Gilles Folin (Proximity), Berangere DANA (Proximity), Marie Pelissier (Proximity), Romain Chollet (Panasonic), Michael Ponamorenco (Panasonic), Darren Wright (Air Asia), Mr Yusrizal (Riau Tourism), Brad Sanders (April), H Syahrim, Unas Khairunnas, Eddy Bono, Hisham Setiawan, Akhwan Binawan, Mr Zen, Dian Novarina, Brad Sanders, Jono Chambers, Yoyon Mujiono, Acil Suryadi Natalis, Acep Suwandi, Ernawati & Aripin, Ms Azenita Kepolisian Daerah Riau, Pandra & all inhabitants of Teluk Meranti. This episode has been shot with LUMIX GH1 & GH2 and Panasonic camera pro P2. Live The Search
The Severn Bore only happens a few times a year and is one of the most unique natural phenomenons. Driven by strong tidal movements, people flock to different parts of the river on Surfboards, SUPs and kayaks to try and surf this single muddy wave. Unfortunately I missed the first wave but managed to catch it a different point on the river that the beauty of a tidal bore. If you like the video, please consider subscribing & follow me on Instagram 🤍ryaneosmond
surfing on the river "The exciting Bono" Teluk Meranti Pelalawan, Riau, Indonesia
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Robin Hilton | March 17, 2023 It's hard to overstate the kindness and good-natured humor Bono and The Edge brought to the Tiny Desk. When they first arrived at the NPR Music offices, Bono spoke on an imaginary phone, "The talent's here! The talent's coming through," poking fun at their own fame, while carrying The Edge's guitar. (The Edge called Bono the best roadie he's ever had.) The two never stopped beaming, like two overjoyed newcomers thrilled at the chance to play for someone. The performance was a preview of U2's new album, Songs Of Surrender, featuring stripped-down versions of songs from across the band's catalog. To help pull off several reimagined songs from the 2000 album All That You Can't Leave Behind, Bono and The Edge invited a teen choir from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C., to join them. During rehearsals, Bono told the students to think of "Beautiful Day" as the kind of "post-drinking" singalong you'd bellow with friends after leaving a bar. He then quickly realized none of them are old enough to drink, before feigning a heart attack. Traveling without bassist Adam Clayton or drummer Larry Mullen Jr., Bono and The Edge made the trip from Ireland to the States specifically for the Tiny Desk, arriving in D.C. after five days of rehearsals at Bono's New York apartment. When they settled in for the performance, they treated the office to four songs, including a deeply emotional version of "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of," written for the late INXS singer Michael Hutchence, and a reworked version of "Walk On," which Bono said was inspired by and dedicated to the people of Ukraine. SET LIST "Beautiful Day" "In a Little While" "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" "Walk On" MUSICIANS Bono: vocals The Edge: guitar, vocals Duke Ellington School of the Arts Choir: Petra Munter, Ayan Yacob, Kirsten Holmes, Jayla Norwood, Dyor Taylor, Jaylyn Pickney, Jevon Skipper, Joshua Jennings, Jordan Freeman Patrick Lundy: choir director Special thanks to: Sandi Logan (principal/HOS), Isaac Daniel (assistant principal) TINY DESK TEAM Producer: Bob Boilen Director: Joshua Bryant Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin Series Producer: Bobby Carter Editor: Maia Stern Videographers: Joshua Bryant, Kara Frame, Sofia Seidel, Michael Zamora Audio Assistant: Alex Drewenskus Production Assistant: Jill Britton Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Marissa Lorusso, Hazel Cills, Ashley Pointer, Pilar Galván VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann #nprmusic #tinydesk #u2 #bono #theedge
The Bono Tidal Wave: A Rare and Incredible Bore Phenomenon in Indonesia Bono is a wave or tidal bore that occurs at the Mouth of Kampar River, Pelalawan Regency, Riau Province, Indonesia. The Kampar River Bono wave is a natural phenomenon caused by the meeting of the river current flowing towards the sea and the tidal wave entering the river due to the tide. Usually, waves only occur on the coast or in large lakes due to changes in water currents and wind. Large-sized waves are widely used for surfing. Therefore, seeing people surfing on the beach is a common thing. But seeing people surfing on a river current is extraordinary. The biggest Bono wave usually occurs during the rainy season when the water discharge of the Kampar River is quite large, which is around November and December. 💡 TOPICS IN THIS VIDEO 💡 Tidal Bore bono wave indonesia tsunami like wave tidal wave wave Bono Bono wave large wave bore river river wave 🔎 HASHTAGS 🔎 #BonoTidalWave #RiverWave #TidalBore #bonowaveindonesia #UnexpectedWave #TidalSurge #HighTide #Ocean #Sea #CaughtOffGuard #RunForLife #KamparRiver #QiantangRiver #Indonesia #TidalBore ➡️ Follow ✅ Telegram: 🤍 ✅ YouTube: YouTube: 🤍 This video footage includes parts of content that has been used under a Creative Commons license and/or fair use policy. Sources: Global Event News Telegram Group Thank you for making your work available to the public under the Creative Commons license.
Pada tanggal 29 desember 2019 gelombang ombak bono cukup ramai di kunjungi untuk melihatnya secara langsung di pantai ogis kel. teluk meranti kec.teluk meranti kab.pelalawan provinsi Riau INDONESIA Fenomena alam ini terjadi setiap bulannya didalam sepanjang tahun Di dalam satu bulan sepanjang tahun tersebut terjadi dua kali (satu minggu besar,satu minggu kecil dan satu minggu besar dan satu minggu kecil lagi). gelombang ombak bono ini ada musimannya yaitu ada musim besar dan ada musim kecilnya dalam sepanjang tahun dan musim besar terjadi biasanya mulai dari bulan november desember,januari,februari dan maret. Catatan: -Gelombang ombak bono ini bukan bencana atau musiba -Gelombang ombak bono adalah fenomena alam yang terjadi akibat pertemuan dua arus Yaitu arus pasang surut sungai yang mengalir kelaut dan arus pasang dari laut yang masuk kesungai Maka terjadilah gelombang yang besar yang di nama kan ombak bono.
Kampar is a long river that rushes down from the Bukit Barisan mountain range that forms the spine of the island of Sumatra along its west coast. The river then meanders through the Riau province, to finally pour out in the Malacca Straits, on the east coast of Sumatra. Along with its long course, the river divides itself into two large branches known as the Kampar Kanan (the right branch of Kampar) and Kampar Kiri (its left branch). They then converge at Langgar in the district of Pelalawan at Kampar's estuary. Here they are joined by many other rivers causing Kampar to funnel out into a wide river mouth. At each high tide, high waves from the sea flow in and meet the downstream current of the Kampar. Where the two opposing energies meet, and furthermore caused by the funnel shape of the river, Kampar's phenomenal tidal bores emerge, rushing deep inland reaching to over 60 km. upriver. These tidal bores are known locally as "Bono", which rush in with loud roaring sound at a speed of 40 kilometers an hour. The surf on the river can rise as high as 4 to 6 meters, at times creating barrels, the darling of surfers. Directed by Nanang Sujana and narrated by Bramantyo Prijosusilo, this video was produced for Green Indonesia initiative. Subscribe: 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 Facebook Fanpage: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
The indigenous people who live along the Amazon River in Brazil have a word for the tidal bore that rushes in from the Atlantic Ocean. They call the wave Pororoca, which translates to “big roar.” You can actually hear it coming. That’s how loud and powerful it is. It’s risky to surf the Pororoca because it is full of debris as well as snakes and piranha. But surfer Serginho Laus has mastered what is one of the longest waves in the world. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 #Amazon #Surf #Adventure This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest inhabitants. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍
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干潮と満潮の差が最大となる満月を迎える頃には、場合によっては高さが3メートルを超える巨大な波がマラッカ海峡からカンパール河を逆流してくる。これが地元で″bono″と呼ばれる潮汐波である。まさにスマトラのポロロッカ（Pororoca）とでも呼べそうな自然の大イベントである。河口から70-8０キロ上流のテルク・メランティ(Teluk Meranti)やプラウ・ムダ(Pulau Muda)という村で特に最大になるという。潜在的な観光資源として大変魅力があるが、過去には｢ボノ｣による大きな転覆事故が起きている。数年前には15名の村人などが亡くなるバージ(平底船)の転覆事故も。カンパール河の交通に伴う、こうしたリスクを回避するために南岸に道路敷設が進められているが、APP系の木材企業、アララ・アバディ社は敷地内の使用を拒んでいるために沿岸道路は寸断されたままになっている。2010年8月に訪問したときは地元の活動家がとっておきの観察場所に案内してくれて、とても壮大な自然現象のドラマを見ることが出来た。川面を見る視線の先端に一直線の白波が見え始め、少しずつ、その太さを増してくる。それとともに地響きのような低い轟音が聞こえてくる。4,5分前までにみんなと並んで眺めていた砂浜はあっという間に波間に呑まれてしまった。
Exploring the Bono Tidal Bore Wave on the Indonesian Sumatra River A Bono tidal bore wave, also known as a "sungai bo" or "pororoca," is a unique phenomenon that occurs when a large tidal wave travels upstream in a river or narrow bay, producing a continuous wave that can last for several hours. This natural phenomenon is most commonly found in the Indonesian island of Sumatra, in the Kampar River, and in the Amazon River in Brazil. The Bono tidal bore wave is created by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the earth's oceans, which produces a tide that moves up and down the river. When the tide reaches a narrow part of the river, the water is forced to rise quickly, creating a wave that can be several meters high. The Bono tidal bore wave is a popular attraction for surfers, who ride the wave for several kilometers, sometimes reaching speeds of up to 50 kilometers per hour. However, it is also a dangerous activity, as the wave can be unpredictable and has been known to cause accidents and injuries. Aside from surfing, the Bono tidal bore wave also plays an important role in the local communities along the river, as it brings nutrients and sediment upriver, helping to fertilize farmland and support local fisheries. Unfortunately, the Bono tidal bore wave is also threatened by human activities such as deforestation, dam building, and mining, which can alter the flow of the river and disrupt the delicate ecosystem that supports this unique phenomenon. In conclusion, the Bono tidal bore wave is a fascinating natural phenomenon that is not only a popular tourist attraction but also an important part of the local ecosystem. However, it is important to preserve and protect this unique feature to ensure its continued existence for future generations to enjoy. 💡 TOPICS IN THIS VIDEO 💡 What is a Bono Tidal Bore Wave and how is it formed? Where can you find Bono Tidal Bore Waves and what makes them unique? Surfing and other activities on the Bono Tidal Bore Wave. The ecological importance of Bono Tidal Bore Waves for local communities. Threats to the Bono Tidal Bore Wave ecosystem and conservation efforts. The science behind the Bono Tidal Bore Wave and how it relates to other tidal waves. 🔎 HASHTAGS 🔎 #BonoTidalWave #RiverWave #TidalBore #bonowaveindonesia #UnexpectedWave #TidalSurge #HighTide #Ocean #Sea #CaughtOffGuard #RunForLife #KamparRiver #QiantangRiver #Indonesia #tidalbore #Sumatra #Pororoca #Surfing #Adventure #Nature #Conservation #Ecosystem #LocalCommunities #Fishing #Tourism #Travel #IndonesianAdventures #RiverExploration #WaterSports #EnvironmentalThreats #HumanImpact #ClimateChange #NaturalPhenomenon #Science #Education #WonderofNature #UniqueExperience #BonoTidalBoreWaveSurfing ➡️ Follow ✅ Telegram: 🤍 ✅ YouTube: YouTube: 🤍 This video footage includes parts of content that has been used under a Creative Commons license and/or fair use policy. Sources: Global Event News Telegram Group Thank you for making your work available to the public under the Creative Commons license.
It's time to face the hype of the Seven Ghosts AKA Bono tidal wave on the Kampar River of Sumatra. I continue my 400km sea kayaking journey from Malaysia to Indonesia across the Malaka Strait and into the crocodile infested waters of the east coast of Sumatra. I'm travelling around the planet without ever using motorized transport. I started this journey in Toronto, Canada in July of 2015 and intend to circumnavigate back to where I started. Enjoy the Routes of Change Adventure Travel Vlog Series and feel free to binge from the beginning here : 🤍 In this weekly youtube series (Every Sunday at 4PM EST) I will share my day to day experiences of what it’s like to travel around the earth under my own power (with help from some wind and currents too!). Loads of epic adventure videos I’m happy to share with you. Your support is much appreciated. Please consider joining the Routes Crew for community and exclusive behind the scenes access: 🤍 SPOILER ALERT:!! I started the journey in a canoe and have since trimaraned, hand cycled, pogosticked, tricycled, skiied, rafted, kayaked, SUPed, rowed, bicycled, sailed, walked, and danced half way around the planet. Join Me Around the Planet: Patreon: 🤍 Website/Blog: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Music : Routes of Change Theme by Ash Ainsworth - 🤍 🤍 Robwalkerpoet - As the Gods Silently Wept. This is my affiliate link to the shoes and sandals that I wear : 🤍 I’d love to share these videos in more languages so please feel free to help transcribe by clicking on this link. Thanks! 🤍 Thanks and big respect to you! Patreon: 🤍 Website/Blog: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Respect to you and every other living thing in this universe :), Yours in adventure, Markus
"The Bono" is not a typical wave. It is a tidal bore, as it is only found in few rivers around the world. Located in the river Kampar, Sumatra, Indonesia, this wave has been secretly ridden by locals on their canoes for more than 70 years. Deep in the jungle of Sumatra, 80 kilometers away from the sea, "The Bono" is one of the best tidal bores in the world and is easily accessible by land or sea either via Pekanbaru (a short flight from Kuala Lumpur) or via Singapore. "The Bono" is situated along one of the last remaining peat swamp forests in Indonesia. Source: Surfer today 🤍 Geomorphological_landscapes 🤍 #shorts #bono #indonesia #tidalwave
🤍 The Bono (Indonesian: Ombak Bono) is the best river surfing waves in the world The Bono it's a well-known river surfing destination because of its tidal bore known as Bono, caused by sea water from a high tide flowing upstream into a wide, shallow, and rapidly narrowing channel against the normal flow of the river water Kampar River (Sungai Kampar) on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia originates in the mountainous Bukit Barisan of West Sumatra, and empties into the Malacca Strait on the island's eastern coast. Bono waves occur when the full moon, the wave can easily reach six meters height during full moon in the month Location Province: Provinsi Riau (Pekanbaru) Regency: Kabupaten Pelalawan District: Kecamatan Teluk Meranti Villages: Desa Teluk Meranti GPS: 0.15842,102.56904 Nearest Airport: Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport (IATA: PKU, ICAO: WIBB) in Pekanbaru (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Syarif Kasim II) Hang Nadim International Airport (IATA: BTH, ICAO: WIDD) in Batam Island (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Hang Nadim) Travel Around Indonesia *) Thanks for watching, subscribe, like, comment and share
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Insane Surfers Take on Deadly 'Bono Tidal Waves' "Bono waves" or "Bono Tidal waves" is a term used to describe a natural phenomenon that occurs on the Kampar River in Indonesia, where a tidal bore causes a large wave to form upstream that can be surfed by experienced surfers. The name "Bono" comes from the local community's name for the wave, which is said to resemble the sound of thunder or the roar of a bull. The wave is caused by the daily rise and fall of the tide, and can reach heights of up to 4 meters (13 feet). The Bono wave has become a popular attraction for surfers and tourists who visit the region to witness the phenomenon. However, the wave can also be dangerous and has been known to cause injuries or accidents. 💡 TOPICS IN THIS VIDEO 💡 Surf Bono Waves Bono Waves Bono Tidal Waves 🔎 HASHTAGS 🔎 #DeadlyWaves #BonoWaves #BonoTidalWaves #NaturalPhenomenon #KamparRiver #Indonesia #TidalBore #LargeWave #ExperiencedSurfers #LocalCommunity #ThunderingSwells #RiseAndFallOfTide #HeightsUpTo4Meters #PopularAttraction #Surfing #Tourism #Injuries #Accidents #SurfBonoWaves #InsaneSurfers ➡️ Follow ✅ Telegram: 🤍 ✅ YouTube: YouTube: 🤍 This video footage includes parts of content that has been used under a Creative Commons license and/or fair use policy. Sources: Global Event News Telegram Group Thank you for making your work available to the public under the Creative Commons license.
Bono Wave (Kampar River, Indonesia) 😱 ⚠️This is not a tsunami wave. . "The Bono" is a tidal bore, as it is only found in few rivers around the world. Bono happens when tidal currents meet river currents, forming giant waves at the estuary of the river. The waves can travel from the sea at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph), and when sea water at full tide combines with heavy rain upstream they can reach a height of 4–6 metres (13–20 ft). . (Tr) Bono Dalgası'na ait ikinci video (Kampar Irmağı, Endonezya) 😱 ⚠️ Bu video halen birçok sayfada tsunami dalgası olarak paylaşılmaya devam ediliyor. O yüzden ikinci kere Bono Dalgasını paylaşmak durumunda kaldım. . Bono dalgası olarak nitelendirilen bu olay Endonezya'da gelgit kanalı boyunca gerçekleşen bir dalgadır. Tsunamiyle bir alakası yok. Bu olay özellikle denizden gelen gelgit dalgalarının nehir akıntılarıyla karşılaşması sonucunda oluşmaktadır. Bu dalganın saatteki hızı 40 km'ye kadar çıkmaktadır. Hergün gerçekleşen bu olay, videoda olduğu gibi güçlü gel-git akıntılarının şiddetli yağmurlarla birleştiği dönemlerde daha kuvvetli yaşanmakta ve dalga yüksekliği 4-6 metreye kadar ulaşabilmektedir. Videodaki yerli turistlere dikkat ederseniz can yelekleriyle videoları çekmişler. Yani başlarına ne geleceğini tahmin etmişler. . 🤍geomorphological_landscapes . Thanks 🤍theobenito . #geography #geografia #earth #earthscience #earthplanet #nature #naturephotography #geomorphology #discover #discoverglobe #landscape #landscapephotography #geology #geologia #travelphotography #travel #science #bilim #naturalpattern #naturalart #wonderful_places #amazingplaces #youmustsee #placestotravel #visual #rock #amazing #stunning #bonowave
Bono Wave (Kampar River's estuary, Indonesia) 😱 "The Bono" is a tidal bore, as it is only found in few rivers around the world. Bono happens when tidal currents meet river currents, forming giant waves at the estuary of the river. The waves can travel from the sea at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (25 mph), and when sea water at full tide combines with heavy rain upstream they can reach a height of 4–6 metres (13–20 ft). . . . . . #geography #geografia #earth #earthscience #earthplanet #nature #naturephotography #geomorphology #discover #discoverglobe #landscape #landscapephotography #geology #geologia #travelphotography #travel #science #bilim #naturalpattern #naturalart #wonderful_places #amazingplaces #youmustsee #placestotravel #visual #rock #amazing #stunning #bonowave
Surfing Bono is surfing in the river, located in the heart of Riau province. Can be reached by car from Pekanbaru for 4 hours driving, the surfers can experience the longesr wave in their live as the wave of Bono last up to 2 hours non stop. Know more about us : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Please subscribe to the channel and leave a comment below. The WetTraveler: Gemala 🤍 Pinneng 🤍
This is an annual event, organized to fund raise for the homeless in Ireland
The official music video for Every Breaking Wave by U2. From the album Songs Of Innocence, the video for 'Every Breaking Wave’ is directed by Belfast-born Aoife McArdle and drawn from her 13-minute short film of the same name. Set against the social and political turmoil of early 1980s Northern Ireland where McArdle grew up, the film ‘Every Breaking Wave’ is built around themes of emotional abandon and the uncertainty of romantic relationships. The story follows two teenagers, one Catholic and the other Protestant, who fall in love amidst ongoing violence. The short film's emotional core is centered around ‘Every Breaking Wave’ and ‘The Troubles’, two tracks drawn from Songs of Innocence. View Aoife McArdle's Every Breaking Wave here. 🤍 Explore the music of U2: 🤍 Subscribe to the U2 channel: 🤍 Watch more U2 videos: 🤍 Sign up to the U2 mailing list: 🤍 Follow U2 on… Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Official Website: 🤍 Lyrics: Every breaking wave on the shore Tells the next one there’ll be one more And every gambler knows that to lose Is what you’re really there for Summer I was fearless Now I speak into an answer phone Like every falling leaf on the breeze Winter wouldn’t leave it alone Alone If you go? If you go your way and I go mine Are we so? Are we so helpless against the tide? Baby every dog on the street Knows that we’re in love with defeat Are we ready to be swept off our feet And stop chasing Every breaking wave Every sailor knows that the sea Is a friend made enemy And every shipwrecked soul, knows what it is To live without intimacy I thought I heard the captain’s voice It’s hard to listen while you preach Like every broken wave on the shore This is as far as I could reach If you go? If you go your way and I go mine Are we so? Are we so helpless against the tide? Baby every dog on the street Knows that we’re in love with defeat Are we ready to be swept off our feet And stop chasing Every breaking wave? The sea knows where are the rocks And drowning is no sin You know where my heart is The same place that yours has been We know that we fear to win And so we end before we begin Before we begin If you go? If you go your way and I go mine Are we so? Are we so helpless against the tide? Baby every dog on the street Knows that we’re in love with defeat Are we ready to be swept off our feet And stop chasing Every breaking wave