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Rolling frisbee on a frozen lake

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While ice skating on Great Pond in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Falmouth Ultimate coach Shea Gunther filmed his rolling frisbee as it glided on its edge for almost 90 seconds. “I noticed how the wind would catch an errant throw,” he told the BBC, “so I turned my camera on and threw it into the wind so it would skitter. And skitter it did”.

Next, watch The Sound of Ice: Skating on thin black ice makes sci-fi movie laser sounds. Plus: Underwater Dogs in Slow Motion and is it impossible to skip a stone 89 times?

via The Awesomer.

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