Revive - A Quarterly Fly Fishing Journal - Page 131

In the middle of the night on the high desert and in the rainforest the roar of silence is deafening.

This silence is to be sought over most else in the natural world. This silence is rare and awe inspiring.

This silence is beautifully deafening.

The white of the stars is incomprehensible and blinding to those who are not conditioned to their brilliance.

The moon is in tepid contemplation while illuminating the sage and juniper but for brief moments as the wisp of unseen clouds drift by, coming and going on the faint night breeze

The understanding of the interactions between all of these elements is not necessarily something that has to be grasped, but the benefit of observing them is undeniable.