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Natalie Christie Peluso 11m
Whistler just loves singing in the rain! 😍🌧🐀
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Anne Scottlin Oct 18
❦Your habits train your ears to hear either the harsh cacophony of daily life or wind, water and birdsong. ~Anne Scottlin
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Anna Moore 20h
First video call since coming out of quarantine - with UK colleagues loving the genuine jungle background too 🌴🌱
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Cheryl Johnson-Chubb Oct 19
This fella sang me a song today. Cheered me up somewhat ❀️
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β€’ οΌ­πŸŒ™ο½Žο½ β€’ πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ˜· Oct 18
and for peace of mind
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Birdsong and Admiral St Ives Oct 18
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Oxonbirdies Oct 19
(Darcy) Dunnock. Shy bird sadly in decline due to - beautiful ... also known as β€œHedge Sparrow”
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Don Esson Oct 18
"A birdsong can even, for a moment, make the whole world into a sky within us, because we feel that the bird does not distinguish between its heart and the world's'. Rainer Maria Rilke
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Aindrias Osborne Oct 18
The Kookaburra is my favourite. Enjoy.
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EHHadriansWall Oct 19
If your is to visit a Roman site, then Corbridge Roman Town is ready and waiting for you!
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Langside Sports Club Oct 18
Good Job Neil via A short 2 minute-ish film that is a thank you to our Groundsman Neil for all his hard work in keeping the playing surfaces in tip top shape. Worth watching for the sound track - birdsong in abundance.
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Oxonbirdies Oct 17
(Tom) Song Thrush. An expert songster sadly in decline in these parts. Treat yourself, listen to his song. Truly wonderful and never the same.
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Tara Vallente Oct 14
Serenaded by a robin at Thirlmere today.
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Rakesh Kumar Saini Oct 19
- The function of music is to liberate in the soul those feelings that normally we keep locked up in the heart.
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Kelley Costigan Oct 18
I know it’s dark, but listen to that birdsong! ! @ Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
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Tammy Richardson 21h
There’s a garden in our village, and it’s hedge, We call the birdie bush... hundreds of birds nest and hangout in it. Makes our walk to school amazing and lifts the soul.
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CB_ cycles πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈπŸŒˆπŸ˜Ž Oct 18
Not the the usual chatter from the sparrows in the hedge behind my house today, I had some new neighbours for a while earlier
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Jean Dorothy Pedder 16h
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Tee Hurwitz Gray Oct 18
Art can be like an oasis in an urban setting and so it was that we glimpsed this arresting mural in Doncaster centre - commission for by supported by an special - πŸ™ curator
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Jo Oct 14
Trying to work and lots of noise going out in my garden πŸπŸ‚
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