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Acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton has spent the past 35 years recording natural soundscapes. His work has taken him around the world and into some of the least densely populated places.
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His hope is that we will fall back in love with planet Earth if we start listening. In lyrical short film Being Hear, filmmakers Palmer Morse and Matt Mikkelsen capture Hempton in his element as he shares the importance of preserving the silence. To experience the full range of nature's orchestra, headphones are highly recommended.

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Palmer Morse: http://www.pmorsephotos.com/

He Hears Music in the Quietest Place on Earth—Can You? | Short Film Showcase

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