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The Sound of Grattansbrook
January 15, 2021 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

The fields at Grattansbrook are split by the busy N78 road that heads into Athy. We start by a hedgerow, which leads away to the west of the farmyard; the bees and birds are busy here, and there’s a nice breeze blowing through. We head north west, further away from the road and into more open space before doubling back to a corner where three fields meet. There are more trees here which stir as the breeze picks up. From here and heading back towards the busy road we find a stream in a gulley flowing north. It’s another little world totally hidden by the overgrowth.

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