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Twang, swoosh, tutt

What happens when you put a wide-angle camera on an arrow?

BOWS and arrows have long been used by man on adventures but few have perhaps given any thought to what it’s like to be the arrow.

Jeremiah Warren has though.

He attached a wide angle lens to an arrow and recorded the footage of it being shot up into the air in different ways and angles.

But it’s not just the visuals that are intriguing, it’s the noise of the twang as the arrow is fired, to the swoosh of the air to the final ‘tutt’ as it buries itself into the ground which is equally amusing.

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after realising there wasn't a single publication focusing on adventure. He has been a pilot in the RAF, a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as journalist for motorcycling, flying and adventure magazines.

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