I found this striking video as posted by a friend in a Christian discussion forum. It is supposedly in the standardized West Saxon literary dialect of Old English also known as Anglo-Saxon. The accompanying landscape videography is most appropriate, being filmed at Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Watching this brings to mind the questions of the relationship between prayer and landscape. If, during our corporate prayers, we worship within the Body of Christ, surely in private times of communing with God in a garden, a solitary trail in the woods or by the sea, we are enfolded by the hands of creation.