The conventional ways we view Earth are either down on the ground or very high up in jet airliners. Both views are restricted by physical limitations such as line-of-sight with ground-based views and limited fine-detail when looking down from airliners flying along at 35,000 feet or higher. There is another space that exists only a few hundred to a few thousand feet above the ground. Here, in this special zone, incredible “paintings” of nature exist that are simply breathtaking to behold. These astonishing and sometimes bewildering sights that truly “Move the Soul” can only be found up here ~ Where Eagles Fly ~
When viewing vast panoramas of pristine wilderness from up here, these ancient lands cast a luminous glow that awakens a profound awareness of our place on Earth. Just knowing such places still exist and thrive invokes feelings of wonderment, hope, and immense joy. These are ancient places with ancestral visions that reach back through time-weathered yet unchanged.
In the desolate and remote Mescal Range of the Mojave Desert in California, Hackberry Mountain lays covered in a late spring snowfall. Across the valley in the backgrround, the snow level is at exactly the same height on the surrounding mountainsides.