Filmed in one day in the woods around the Indiana Dunes, this work strives to visualize all the interior energy and forms that I sense while experiencing the forest at the peak of Fall. I was not thinking this when making it, but it owes a nod to graphic novel techniques for showing energy as light and lines coming off of objects. I try to utilize the technologies in a way that brings out the character of a scene. It's obvious, but I like to visualize that essence that I feel in a place. There is a sense of being inside a cathedral or an old castle when walking deep in the Autumn woods. The addition of those elements reveals this connection to me. The scenes are treated as fluid pieces of a continuum. A side note is that this started as a very ambient piece and I expected my composer pal Fritz Heede to come up with something minimal and peaceful. Instead, Fritz came back and said that the bright color and energy of the scenes made him think back to his flamenco roots. His resulting track pushed me to go back and adorn his guitar playing with new visual flourishes.