When the traffic stops…

We can hear what’s always been there: birdsong.

2 Thoughts

  1. It makes us think of two things, both historical and relating to the Second World War, and when of course

    London was pretty free of traffic too:

    Our parents knew these well and we became aware of their significance as children in the post-War years.

    Best wishes to all in Covid-19 isolation or holding the fort in the NHS or elsewhere.

    John and Margaret Cooper

    On Thu, 2 Apr 2020 at 20:03, The Frightened Face of Nature (FFON) wrote:

    > Simon H King posted: ” We can hear what’s always been there: birdsong. ” >

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