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Week fifteen was also week three of
lockdown, and this already feels so long
ago now. It was a week of local walks,
making the most of our one trip out every
day. It was a week when we found some
beautiful light at the pond at the ash
lagoons, and also when we did the same
walk below a heavy, moody sky. We walked
to Inveresk one evening and then back
along the River Esk, following the path
that winds along the riverside with its
trees spilling out over the water, as if
teetering on the edge. We had a stormy
walk along the sea front, the waves
crashing onto the shore. We found calm.
And there was snuggling, and some snoring…
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Getting to know the swans at our
local pond, who will be appearing
in these #shotsoftheweek stories
many times in the weeks ahead.
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You’ll notice that there are more
videos than usual in this story. I
started taking videos on all our
local walks, recording the calm, the
moments in nature. I wanted to note
these quiet moments from these
lockdown days. To record them,
appreciate them, and share them.
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And the thing that struck me when
listening back was the birdsong. All
quiet, except for the birds.
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I mentioned the snoring, right?
You’ll need your volume up for this
one. The last snort you can hear is
Bracken in the background.
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Listen!
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A P R I L   6 - 1 2   2 0 2 0
Musselburgh, East Lothian
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vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken Steller ambassador 📍Scotland

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