A New Visual Lexicon

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Blue Point Bay on Lake Mead, Nevada
Traversing timeworn animal paths, ancient First Nations tribal trails and bygone pioneer routes and old rutted wagon roads, Zedekiah flys across difficult and dangerous terrain in a quest to find and film extremely rare views of these magnificent, primitive hinterlands. Revealing a radically different vision of our world, This quest delivers exhilarating and genuinely awe-inspiring views of wilderness scarcely seen from this perspective!
Zedekiah: “I seek to enhance how we describe our world by revealing a very different way of experiencing wilderness. The way we see the world determines the words we use to describe what the world looks like to each of us personally. This is what I call the visual lexicon. Where Eagles Fly expands our visual lexicon, adding a new perspective that extends how we experience wilderness, and how we talk about wilderness. No longer are we limited to the ground-based or high airliner views; now we have another way to appreciate the unbounded magnificence and beauty that is our Mother Earth.”
Most folks never travel more than a few miles into the wilderness by car to enjoy the view but there is always a different view, out of reach and unknown to most people, unseen except from up in the sky above, these are most beautiful scenes.

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