Christmas chorus at Frog Pond

December 23, 2013

Seeing can be deceiving.

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Just “looking” at a photo of Frog Pond belies what is really happening beneath the shelter of the overhanging coastal wattle and among the reeds along the shoreline.

Click on the video below, however, and treat yourself to three meditative minutes of holiday music performed by a Windgrove cathedral ensemble of banjo frogs, ravins, muffled wind and the occasional New Holland honeyeater.

All music is divine.

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Astrid Miller December 24, 2013 at 8:19 am

I know Bango Frog isn’t in Walcha today, but what about Crow, Wren, Wind, Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo, Horse, Lamb, Magpie? My sensory lines are blurred…Love it Peter, thanks!

Gaia January 15, 2014 at 12:07 pm

Hoorah for the Banjo Frogs!
Nice touch Pete!

The glorious eternal songs of Roaring! How I miss these.
Speaking of messages in the wind- Glorious to hear the ancestral movements again in this video Pete. It was like a short holiday for me- Many Thanks – Happy Happy new year to you Pete!

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