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The Sound of Newgardens
October 19, 2022 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

This track takes us around the barley field at Newgardens, a windy and drizzly day in early summer. It starts out under a young tree in the hedgerow that runs along the northern edge of the field; there are sheep on nearby and cattle are moving around over the hedge.

We head south to the opposite side of the field where the wind blows through the barley. It’s busier here with birds and the neighbouring farmyards. We keep moving along the southern edge where a tractor passes as we reach the busy road that heads into Bagenalstown; from here it’s a little further downhill to the Barrow Canal where we finish up at Rathellin Lock.

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