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sights and sounds

Like all my pieces, ‘Whistle’ started off as an idea – the sound of steam engine whistles echoing around the landscape and making a journey from town to wilderness. Making it happen is a very different thing. A lot of … Continue reading

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Testing Testing….

After a successful initial test on site last month, we’re now going ahead with a much larger test on the 23rd April. There will be seven whistles over a two mile stretch of the old railway line starting above Lochearnhead … Continue reading

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Whistle

So, after all that walking, reading, talking and listening we’ve decided on a final piece from this residency. Something that brings together all the strands of thinking I’d been doing and packages it up in a nice little packet. Something … Continue reading

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Views (reposted)

N.B. – this post was previously published to my Tumblr blog I broke into my volume of John Muir writings. I wanted to get a bit more insight into this idea of Wilderness and why he fought so hard to … Continue reading

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Trains (reposted)

N.B. – this post was originally published on my Tumblr blog. Last week I was alerted to a bit of work that SNH have out for consultation on areas of land it considers to be of core wildness. It’s interesting to … Continue reading

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