The Bristlecone Medicine Wheel is dry, brown, not growing, old, dead, up high by mountaintops. Recumbent. Up close. Bristlecone trees lived longer than any other living things, around 4,000 years, then were felled. The tree resources are gone, but the remaining logs are spent, discarded, useless. Now the reality is subjective, personal. Inner. A seeker, artist finds the value of this vision.

Between each photo is a screen saver, a virtual vision.

<A HREF="../../../../MedicineWheel/Medicine2/images/loBMW1SC.mov">[View QuickTime VR]</A>


See also
Bristlecone Medicine Wheel in California, USA. For help, see immersive imaging.

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