The Overberg is a story about the seasons of life; their inevitable cycle.
Just as the earth beneath The Overberg experiences seasons: spring, summer, then fall, and finally winter— so does the soft-spoken old man who walks one last time amongst its rolling hills.
As he gazes upon his youth across a harvest field, he dreams back and forth to what once was, with no fear of what is to come. Time slows; wisdom and youth are bound across an intangible, infinite time loop that exists within his mind. He stands across from the boy he once was—reflecting, remembering. Knowing.
The wisdom in his eyes says it all. Winter is upon him.