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Cut Grass Radio Show, Music and Landscape

We were recently asked to select a few tracks and talk about them for Cut Grass, the music show on totallyradio, hosted by Grasscut. For anyone not familiar, Grasscut are the landscape-focused, musical duo of composer/producer/vocalist/musician Andrew Phillips and manager/musician Marcus O’Dair. As … Continue reading

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View from the Bridge

. View from the bridge Always different, always the same . Now playing: Ralph Towner – Blue Sun

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The Desire Line of Water

. from source to sea: the desire line of water rarely follows a straight path . . Flux -> Flow -> Gravity -> Time: all combine with light, to reveal the sounds and colours of falling water . . All of the utterances. From … Continue reading

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Weathered Walls (I – VII)

. The stones hold and keep, the memory of every raindrop I II III IV V VI VII From the North facing walls of Dunfermline Abbey Church. A church has probably existed on this site since 1070. Now playing: David … Continue reading

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Following the Falling Water

  .   .             ≈≈≈   . . ≈≈≈ .   ≈≈≈       Images taken from a short walk on the Water of Leith, between the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art … Continue reading

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Memories of Water: Glen Bridge Car Park, Dunfermline

. 1772 arriving at a fall it becomes useful in turning five mills . Thomas Pennant,  A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772, Volume 2 (London: B.White, 1776). Now playing: This Heat – ‘A New Kind of Water’ … Continue reading

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Found Art: Andre / Mondrian / Scully

How many times have we walked up Free School Close, a narrow pedestrian thoroughfare that connects Canmore Street to Dunfermline High Street? Perhaps it was the way the sun reflected off the pinks and greys. Possibly we were more attuned … Continue reading

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