Voices on the Wind Open Theme
Seeing by David Chorlton A photograph by Minor White It takes the sun an endless number of attempts to rise and have its rays stream just so between clouds that form the shape they do this one and only time above a mountain millennia in the making. The particular progression from peak to paling peak runs a course unique while seeing binds the elements: fire in the sky and earth spreading from both banks of a river that shines the hour when the late eye looking down observes the splash of light a Trumpeter swan becomes when breaking the bright water’s gloss.