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The Sound of Broomlands
July 2, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

We begin in the yard, just by the farmhouse. It’s a warm, sunny spring day; leaves blow along the ground, carried on the breeze. There’s a rookery over to the left, towards the back of the yard, and a bird singing in the trees to the right. From the yard we move out into the fields. In some of the fields, they’ve started preparing the ground for this year’s barley. The place is alive with wildlife. The first bees are about and all the farms nearby are bustling with activity in the dry weather. We go full circle and head back towards the yard; on the way there’s an area being cleared and the cuttings are burning on a fire.

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