Mountains are a place for meditation: they offer us paths to awaken our hearts and minds to the beauty of the world, which remains an eternal enigma. The rocks, forests, springs and streams teach us mysteries we can't hear anywhere else.
From the pure ionised air at altitude to the fir and cedar trees, the damp roots, the silvery waterlogged bark, the mosses of the forests, and the mountain river with its spectres of mist that the gusts of the waterfall carry away, the notes of humus mingle with the scents of water and the smells of damp earth.
At times the freshness of a spring trickling over the rocks, at other times the power of woody roundness with resinous notes, it's the Pine in HE that brings down the fragrance of the mountains, spreading the freshness of the summits to the plain. Geheimnis der Berge is heard with aestheticism and sobriety in natural mountain settings where only the landscape matters. When simplicity becomes extravagance.
Geheimnis der Berge s’écoute avec esthétisme et sobriété dans des univers naturels montagnards où seul le paysage a son importance. Quand la simplicité fait l’extravagance.