the sound of sustainability

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“All things start on the land – not least the townsman and most surely the mechanic.” 
 John Stewart Collis, The Worm Forgives the Plough

having volunteered to help with some bramble clearance at courage copse – a local woodland restoration project in north devon returning a larch and fir plantation to a sustainable oak and hazel coppice enterprise – expecting a quiet day usefully connecting with nature, i was called to reflect on the ever present necessity and reliance on modern technology even within the most well-meaning projects, being accompanied all day by the sound of chainsaws felling and trimming trees nearby. this selection of stills and sounds from the day were captured with a kodak HD camera and edited using i-movie…

P Ward 2013

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One Comment on “the sound of sustainability”

  1. tim orrell says:

    ha…nice…like the runic/ogam-like chainsaw inscription on the stump….a sign left for what reader?


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