Music stimulates visual images for some people that have the neurological condition called synesthesia. Someone with this condition might also hear music or sounds when their eyes see a beautiful picture like the ones below of a park in Summerland or the ocean bluffs. To simulate the way synesthesia mismatches one's senses, this post features Tchaikovsky's Waltz of the Flowers in a YouTube video below the photos of flowers and sun streaming through the trees. Listen while you watch. Watch while you listen.
Below all of THAT is a stunning time lapse video of sea cliffs north of Santa Barbara. I've placed a YouTube video of Ralph Vaugh Williams's Sea Symphony below the time lapse. The sea bluffs are my favorite place in the world, and that is not an over-exaggeration. Psalm 84 comes the closest to explaining why. The time lapse video below captures these wonderful sea bluffs that have become a home for my heart in certain ways. Enjoy Williams's epic piece. Watch while you listen. Listen while you watch. Enjoy a little simulated synesthesia in your day.