I don't know what makes a land "sacred" but I know it happens. Perhaps it is a spirit that is beyond normal sight. Perhaps it is a history that imbues the land with soul. Josh Owens captures that sacredness in this timelapse
shot over five days in various locations in eastern California including Death valley, Owens valley, Bristlecone forest, and Mono lake during the week of October 18th, 2010.As surely as he found the rhythm of New York City in the video I posted last weekend, here he lets us see the spirit of the land come alive.
Sacred Lands - Eastern California - Mindrelic Timelapse from Mindrelic on Vimeo.