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

This track takes us around the fields at Dunbell. It’s a windy but bright and sunny spring day under the Tullaherin Round Tower. We begin out in the barley, just under the trees on the south side of the fields. A tractor passes on a road nearby. We keep moving around the perimeter of the field up to the northern corner, where the trees come together in a narrow V formation. The wind funnels through here, and the birds are in full song. Finally we head west and finish up in a calmer corner of the fields, where bees are buzzing in the warm sunshine and lambs can be heard in a neighbouring field.

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