I have used the wind creatively and worked with a long exposure technique in bright daylight, this is forced by using a ten stop neutral density filter.
Photographing with a long exposure you can create some amazing effects that are not visible to the human eye; its like being in a darkroom, you never know what you get until the exposure is over and can be seen on the camera screen.
The filter is simply outstanding in adding motion and action to the image, not that it adds anything at all, in contrary it simply eats ten stops of light and you´ll get extreme long exposures as an effect.
(Nikon D700, Carl Zeiss ZF.2 50mm 2,0 T* Makro-Planar,
Lee Big Stopper and Graduated ND 0,6H filters, tripod, iso 200, 10 sec. exposure)