The wind that shakes the barley. by FranciscoGarciaRios

Música (abrir en nueva pestaña) / Music (Open link in new tab): The wind that shakes the barley – Dolores Keane.
Facing these windswept fields plenty of grain ears, I could not fail to remember that traditional Irish ballad entitled “The Wind That Shakes the Barley” and the Ken Loach’s film of the same title.
-Español:
“El viento que agita la cebada”.
Frente a esos espigados campos barridos por el viento, no pude dejar de evocar la tradicional tonada irlandesa que por título lleva el de “El viento que agita la cebada” así como la película de Ken Loach que de ella adoptó el nombre.

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Harvest time by ramon4

Eirías (Villayón, Asturies)

Humanized landscape can have harmony sometimes…
or maybe all this is only in our mind?
I still don´t know why I enjoy some landscapes more than others…
Are beauty and ugliness that subjective?

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