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The Sound of Cooladine
December 7, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

A warm evening at Cooladine Farm. This track starts out at an opening in the hedgerows, where three fields meet. A light breeze blows through the barley and the birds are still busy. Heading out into the open of the largest field, the nearby motorway is more apparent; then down a lane surrounded by wild flowers where bees are making the most of the last rays of sunlight. The relative quiet is broken when we head down the road, to where the grain is stored and the area is busy with farm vehicle activity.

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