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

This track starts out at the River Nore. From here we move up through the woods that run along its banks; the place is busy with birdsong, and the sounds from nearby farms. We eventually reach last year’s barley fields, which have just been ploughed, before going further – into the old ring fort at the centre of the field. This is a little wooded area now, so we can hear the wind through a branch of an ash tree.

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