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Dry River


The Dry River is inaccessible, treacherous and covered with loose sharp granite and brambles and thorns. To work there I have to slow down and become completely aware of every breath and step. Listening this way creates space and allows the observation of all the other senses to become clear. If you listen very closely to the vibration of sound it makes you intensely aware of silence. Robert Adams said, “There is everywhere silence – a silence in thunder, in wind, in the call of doves, even a silence in the closing of a car door. If you are crossing the plains, leave the interstate and find a back road on which to walk; listen.”