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Yesterday, while out for a walk to take my lockdown photograph for the day, I passed though a little park with a tennis court close to where we live. Given a different time of day the scene might have made for a good photograph, but in this case the sounds struck me as a good example of something more suited to a kind of aural photograph – where the sounds sum up the situation better than a photograph would.

Unfortunately I didn’t have my trusty Sony D-50 with me, so I simply made a recording using AudioShare on my iPhone SE. Not too bad, given the equipment. If only it had been in stereo. Here it is, unedited, but with a little help from Joel’s Audulus Stereo Utility:

Yesterday, while out for a walk to take my lockdown photograph for the day, I passed though a little park with a tennis court close to where we live. Given a different time of day the scene might have been have made a good photograph, but in this case… https://rudigermeyer.com/notes/2021-02-15-22-26-27 https://rudigermeyer.com/notes/2021/2021-02-15-22-26-27

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