While the human necessity for water is an obvious fact of life, our appreciation of its natural presence and movement in our lives is not always readily apparent. After reviewing videos I captured during my travels in the Midwest, I couldn't help but notice that all of the videos without people were of water. It turns out I had been subconsciously seeking out the various sounds, motions, and states of water. I decided to create a piece which would allow me to reflectively travel through these moments, viewing the scenes from different angles, slowing down or speeding up the natural movements, and slightly manipulating the sonic and visual landscape. The Leap Motion controller became the perfect tool for this meditative navigation. With the Leap Motion the performer can move through each scene by gliding their hand North, South, East, or West, selecting and morphing among four videos of each scene creating a cubist depiction of each moment. By traveling up or down the performer can progress through the scene quickly or slowly. The shape of the hand also causes slight sound modulations, altering the environment as one is helpless to do in an observation of the natural world.