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The Sound of Donoughmore
August 18, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

This track takes us around the fields at Donoughmore, a windy and drizzly day in early summer. It starts out in the hedges under the tall trees to the north of the farmyard. The fields here are flanked by the Urlingford Road on one side and the Kilkenny Road on the other. We head East away from the roads and stop under an old oak tree where the wind blows through from the farmyard. We keep moving around the edge to the northern side of the fields where the road is busy with tractors passing by. We stop at a gap between two fields where the wind blows through the barley and finish up under St Mary’s Church where two blackbirds call to each other across the fields.

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