A slow dissolve shifts a wide shot of a meadow into other similar views. For a moment the shots are superimposed, creating a third view and thus changing one’s perception of the images. The views keep changing. A whispering wind is interrupted by unexpected piano chords. The piano chords keep echoing until they disappear. The landscape keeps changing, the wind is blowing. Just when the chords of the piano cease to be heard, there is another, identical, loud chord. The images follow each other. The chords repeat regularly. The atmosphere is hypnotic.