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The Sound of Ballybannon
June 8, 2022 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

An early summer’s evening at Ballybannon. This track begins at the edge of the farm, with the strong breeze blowing through the trees and the birds still busy about the place. We move along the edge of the field as the breeze settles down and find a stream running past into the west. Heading out into the open, the distant motorway is more apparent; but the peace is then interrupted as the last train from Kilkenny runs through on its way towards Waterford. The quiet returns as dusk approaches, the nearby shed creaking as it cools down after the day’s sun; the birds settle in for the night.

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