Ambient Explorations – Slivers of Light

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This Ambient Exploration was experienced while flying along the eastern front range of Glacier National Park, adjacent to the St. Mary Lake valley. These are First Nations Blackfeet ancestral tribal lands, going back a long time. A stunning atmospheric effect is occurring as the combination of moisture in the air, cloud occlusion, and the morning sunlight create a beautiful array of sunbeams, shining through to the prairies below, slowly drifting across the endless plains as we glide alongside spirit-fingers.
Featuring a composition written by Zedekiah Morse specifically for this film, the music provides a melodious sonic backdrop that accompanies the visuals for a wonderfully immersive experience.

Location Map Set

Flight Path

Flying above the border between Glacier National Park and the First Nations Blackfeet Reservation, we track north along a straight line to the Canadian Border. Passing the First Nations Blackfeet Reservation to our right where the sunbeams are tracking in from.

Accompanying Physical Goods

This is a very rare physically minted commemorative coin for “Where Eagles – American Wilderness Expedition”. This metal coin is 2.5″ in diameter and features a custom precision design that is struck using the highest quality metals. It comes with a display case. Shown below is the front side (L) and backside (R).

This Fine Artwork is offered as a very rare Volumetric Texturized Print on Polycarbonate Substrate, ready to mount.

Slivers of Light

Iridescent sunrays illuminate only this small rock formation on East Flattop Mountain. In the background is the eastern front of the Rocky Mountains in Glacier National Park. In the right foreground is Lake Sherburne and at its far end is the entrance to the area called Many Glacier. This rocky protrusion is called Napi Point and is named after the mythological figure known as Napi or the Old Man. Napi is said to have created the earth using the mud collected by Turtle during a flood. He not only created the earth using mud, but he also created men and women as well as animals and plants. It was Napi who taught the Blackfoot people what plants to eat and animals to hunt, including their main food source, the buffalo.
Various print sizes are available: 12″x 18″ | 18″ x 28″ | 24″ x 36″ | 36″ x 54″ | 48″ by 72″

Greetings and howdy from the remote Rocky Mountains in northwestern Montana. This is one of a collection of rare Mixed-Media combinations of Digital (Film and Image) and Physical (Collector Coin and Volumetric Print) artworks that are combined to create something super rare for several reasons: The film and image were extremely difficult to create. The film shows the image being created (proof of provenance).  The soundtrack is an original composition I crafted specifically for this film. This is a super scarce edition, making it highly collectible. If you would like more information on the volumetric prints that are included in this Mixed Media Collection offering, please click on the image to visit my Zedekiah Morse Gallery website.

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