Wilderness Choir

High above timberline on the fringe of a pristine alpine meadow in the dawning of a new wilderness day.
The rolling bugle of a superior bull elk, reflected on this master bugler’s breath in the cool crisp air.
A lonesome yodeling loon’s call emerging from a magnificently wildflower skirted alpine pond
in the center of this glorious amphitheater.
The trill of finches, golden crowned sparrows, and song sparrows.
Mystically mingling as a: “Wilderness choir high above timberline.”
Truly enhancing the harmonics of Nature.
Twilight mysteriously sneaking into this wilderness corridor as a phantom of the opera.
The compassionate hooting of a great horned owl expressing Nature’s theatrics.
This joyous wilderness choir comes to a close in the deepening staggering twilight.
“Mystics of Nature.”

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Such an insightful melody into the harmonics of nature:) Beautiful!



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