This video does no justice to the numbness, tranquility, and mysticism caused by the real experience of a sunset at the ledges. It should be taken slowly and deliberately. This is not meant to be viewed full screen.
"I am convinced that men are not well employed--that this is not the way to spend a day. If by patience, if by watching I can secure one new ray of light, can feel myself elevated for an instant upon Pisgah, the world which was dead prose to me become living and divine, shall I not watch ever--shall I not be a watchman henceforth? [. . .] To watch for, describe, all the divine features which I detect in Nature."
-Henry David Thoreau (Excerpt from a journal entry September 7th, 1851)
Music: "Yawny At The Apocalypse" by Andrew Bird
Sound Clip: Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing by Henry King
Shot at the Ledges, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio
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