This short film is a meditation on beauty in the natural world.
The film was shot entirely on location at Gospel Rock, in Gibsons, B.C., Canada.
The film maker, Sarama, made the film to share his feeling for the sacredness of life in the natural world, of which humanity is an indivisible part.
Gospel Rock is under threat from a plan that would construct over 1,100 units of housing there, including a large portion of the fragile eco-system along the waterfront. This unique and precious living place would be downgraded to a mere sick remnant of what it was, if the plan goes ahead.
On October 11, 2012, Gibsons' Town Council, will be holding a public hearing on the Official Community Plan for Gospel Rock. After this date, the Gibsons' Council will not hear any further input into the plan.
If you enjoyed the film, please take some time to either to come out to the Public Hearing, or if you are not here, please contact the Town of Gibsons' council to make your voice heard. The contact information for the town, and for "Friends of Gospel Rock" is in the credits at the end of the film.
The plants, animals, birds, fish, and other abundant sea life of Gospel Rock need us to speak for them.