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

This track starts out in the yard at Knockroe. A warm summer day surrounded by birds making the most of the good weather. Swallows overhead on the power lines, crows and pigeons on the sheds and in the trees. We head out into the nearest field and down the tree-lined headland. The birds are quieter here, cars pass by on the road adjacent and you can hear the grain crackling as it ripens in the sun. We leave this smaller field behind and head down the lane behind the yard to a much bigger and more open field. In the distance a neighbouring farmer has begun the harvest.

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