April 5, 2012

The Continual Interest

It is not far from the bottom to the top of the large hills in the area of Endicott, NY.
 I walk on hard surfaced roads at  the bottom of small valleys that are numerous in number.
As the ice melts, the streams churn with water producing an audible omnidirectional sound of a torrent that breaks the bright silence of the day.
At the top of the large hills, the wind blows against the inferior Birch trees as they bend not only at the branches but, at the trunk as well. As the trees bend, the creaking sound becomes muffled and at times, sounds like distant muffled voices.

'Just A Season' recorded by The Byrds in 1970

'White Room' recorded by Cream in 1968