I just came across this gem via one of my girlfriend’s posts.
It gave me goosebumps.
I found it impactful and beautifully done. ❤
It has a profound message.
The Facebook page Access Oneness posted this clip with this lead-in comment:
“So, you lose balance and you fall … but, what do you do next? Stop? Or go on? Make art out of falling …”
P.S. Re-watching it…..I just noticed something else. Look at the colouring of the trees from the aerial view.
That sounds like a bit of a paradox, right?
How can a group of people, or more precisely, over 2,000, be singing together on one song as a choir….and yet, not be in the same room at the same time.
That’s where the innovative thinking and composing skills of Eric Whitacre come in.
Come and have a look and listen to one of….’his “Virtual Choir” projects, bringing individual voices from around the globe together into an online choir.’ (Wikipedia)
Here is “Fly to Paradise”…..
In a tiny brief post on a fellow blogger’s page, I just now discovered this link….and wow!
Almost passed it by….
I’m glad I decided to peek instead.
This is the link to the blog post, which originally caught my attention….
And this is the subsequent link to the blog post by Karim Iliya, who created this beautiful film.
Wow! It is freaky cool! 😀
I just discovered this video clip the other day. The actual scientific footage was filmed in 2012. It’s the first time I’ve heard of a brinicle. So interesting to see how it is created and formed and what effect it has on its immediate surroundings in the ocean. All part of scientific studies done in Antarctica.
Our earth is a never-ending source of new discoveries!
Check it out below….
In addition, this BBC article provides some extra details. Click here for the article.
A girlfriend just shared a youtube link, featuring a young man who’s performing fascinating, rhythmic, and melodically rich music with his hang drum.
And since I have a particular interest in hang drums, as I described in an earlier post – from September 14th, you can see it here – I decided to share this clip with you as well. This street player is self-taught and he incorporates a diversity of sound in his playing; even adding in separate percussive elements! Wow!
As I was doing a bit of research, as a result of what the young man says to the street crowd before he starts playing, I learned that the instrument is correctly referred to as The Hang.
The Hang “is a musical instrument in the idiophone class created by Felix Rohner and Sabina Schärer in Bern, Switzerland (developed in 2000).” – Wikipedia
I invite you to check it out!
National Geographic Photographers have captured this beautiful phenomenon and set it in time lapse mode…..as seen in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.
To me the Northern Lights are Earth’s original light show…and I am always entranced and fascinated by the dancing celestial colours.
I have been lucky a couple of times over the years to get to see more modest displays of dancing celestial colours here in Ontario, Canada. Usually, the colours were green or white; once it was a fainter red colour. In every case, it was quite late at night – into the next morning – and always lovely to watch.
My boys recently introduced me to the street magic of David Blaine. They kept telling me, “Gotta watch him, Mom! He’s amazing!” They told me tidbits without giving too much away. And so I went searching for him….found him…..and have enjoyed all that I’ve seen so far!
His magic is mind boggling! THAT good!
Have a look for yourself…
I just watched the top one; the bottom one I watched two days ago (it’s shorter in length)….my introduction to him – David is charismatic, cool, fun, and incredibly good at what he does!