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Quiet Breezes at Benjie's Lake

As promised, we finally got around to posting the recording we did at Benjie's Lake back in November.  Hoping for the return of a moose cow and calf that had been reported earlier, we paused for a long time at…

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Corney Brook Falls

Here's 20 minutes of natural white noise masking, courtesy of Corney Brook Falls, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. The 4K wide original wasn't that interesting, so we opted for a long, slow tilt down the falls in 1080 HD instead.

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Shimmering Sunset at Pillar Rock

Well, we've definitely enjoyed the last of fall here in Cheticamp.  It's getting chilly and the overcast days definitely outnumber the sunny recently. 

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New Vimeo Channel: A World Without People

We looked for a channel of field recordings that didn't include urban landscapes, people or voices and came up empty.  So we scoured Vimeo for material and made our own.  Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!  Use…

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One last trip to Point Michaud

It was a cloudy day, but the sunset put on one last show on for us as we prepared to leave the south end of Cape Breton.  Field recordings give our trips purpose and focus, but what they really are…

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Sensory Overload at Point Michaud

Getting this recording was an amazing sensory experience, and we're always conscious that these videos only capture a tiny part of what's happening around us when we make them.  From finding fossils, sea glass and polished pebbles, to the feeling…

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It's raining in Wolfville

It's a wet, rainy day and we're spending most of it indoors.  The audio recorder, however, is not so lucky.  Here's a porch recording of the gentle patter of raindrops against the house.

Gentle Rain in Wolfville

Frogs at Miner's Marsh

While staying in Kentville, Nova Scotia we were within a short walk of Miner's Marsh where we made loads of field recordings at all hours of the day and night.  The crooning frogs in this recording are among our favorites:

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