My walk this week is from the archives with memories of North Wales and a windy visit to Colwyn Bay.
Some were taking advantage of the wind in a colourful way and the sky just wanted to join in by throwing out a rainbow to accompany the wind surfing paraglider, while other like myself were getting rather more battered by it. Nonetheless, it was an enjoyable walk and thrilling to be entertained by those men and their “flying machines”.
The patterns and colours of sand and wind, rust and fencing, waves and water effects in what appears to have been a changeable day are a good reminder of the experience. The soundscape also serves as an excellent transportation device to take me back there with the images – I can almost feel and smell the sea spray!
Colwyn Bay Soundscape
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Reminds me of January walks on Cocoa Beach, Florida.
That sounds good. Do you think the sound is as useful a memory trigger as the images or more of one?
My trigger on that memory is visual.
a great set of patterns
Thanks Sandra, very pleased you enjoyed them