Fainted Light

Passion for these unknown places keeps the spirit alive.
Apus, a faint constellation in the southern sky, was first defined in the late 16th century.
Its name, meaning "no feet" in Greek, represents a bird-of-paradise (once believed to lack feet). 

As a “footless” bird in the faint light, we soar over mountain peaks, knowing landing is impossible, trusting only our wings; keeping faith in the spirit of the stars above.