How to draw sound

I had a wonderful day walking and drawing sound in the sunshine in the Brecon Beacons yesterday.  Heading into the hills, it was a day to capture the sounds from the season. I was so surprised with the amount of insect life, which joined me on my page, all interested in what I was doing. Just listening with my ears I felt so connected to where I was sitting, nestled on a bank with a lovely old Ancient Hawthorn, who looked like it was off for a walk itself.

I thought you might like to know more about my sound capture experience, so see below 5 tips on how you can have a go on your next walk. If you do, please do share and let me know.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. This sounds like an intriguing idea.

    1. It’s a fun thing to do. Let me know if you have a go. 🍁

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