Summer Nights in Reading, PA - Submitted by Eduardo Lipe
Happy Friday, all! I hope you all had a great first non-summer week, and have some lovely weekend plans! I am going back to Toronto tomorrow to have high tea at Moroco Chocolate in Yorkville with my dear friend, hopefully we can get some Toronto International Film Festival star sightings in!
Today’s sounds come from my fellow fellow, Eddie, whose amazing Without Walls Project is currently on the road up to Canada - the wonderful Montreal, to be exact!
I chose to feature these sounds today as an homage to the end of a wonderful summer. He captured the soothing sounds of a summer night in Reading, Pennsylvania. A lovely soundscape, I think. Eddie explains,
“I recorded the sounds around the time of sunset. Sounds beautiful, even if the bugs can get annoying as they fly into you.”
Oh, the bugs. I know all about ‘em. You can definitely hear them in this recording but it’s so nice to listen to! I elect this sound to be today’s Moment of Zen. So, close your eyes, pause for a couple minutes, and listen to the soothing sounds of summer’s end in suburban Pennsylvania.
Thanks so much for sharing with me, Eddie! Good luck on your road trip up north - get yourself some delicious Montreal Smoked Meat, Poutine, Bagels, Steamed Hot Dogs, and some Tim Horton’s. Cover all your bases.
To follow and participate in Eddie’s wonderful fellowship project, click HERE for his Tumblr blog and HERE for @withoutwallspjt on Twitter.
Have a great weekend, all! I might post once or twice more before I jet off to Berlin, but then there will be a bit of a hiatus on the blog so don’t forget about the project! Keep sending in your submissions, and I’ll post them as soon as I’m all settled across the pond. Tschüss!