Wind-blown trees and clouds are seen reflected on a shallow pool whose mirror-surface moves with waves from wind, water striders seeking food, floating masses of autumn leaves and gentle currents.
Beneath the water, slow currents move sunken leaves.
Occasional autumn leaves fall to the surface and are blown to and fro with the slowly shifting accumulations of leaves.
All in all, there are about twelve different kinds of natural movements - many interacting simultaneously.
The sound is of the nearby Bear River.Close