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The Sound of Tinnashrule
February 18, 2021 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

A warm and windy summer day at Tinnashrule. The track starts out in the woods on the western edge of the farm, where the wind blows through the tall, thin trees, their branches knocking one another. There’s a stream further into the woods. We stop here for a while before heading up the hill and into the wild bird cover by the yard. It’s busy with birds, bees and the local buzzards can be heard off in the distance. We head on up the hill and out into the fields where the wind meets the barley. Dark clouds pull over the fields. It starts raining as we move down to the bottom of the field towards the western-most corner – where the woods and the stream skirt along the edge of the farm.

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