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 ==== Desert Attunement Techniques ==== ==== Desert Attunement Techniques ====
  
-Carry water. Wear good shoes. No drones. \\+**Carry water. Wear good shoes. No drones.** \\
  
 Adjust your rhythm to the desert. Emphasize slowness and short bursts of activity.\\ Adjust your rhythm to the desert. Emphasize slowness and short bursts of activity.\\
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 Always remember — the desert is awe inspiring, it is also unforgiving.\\ Always remember — the desert is awe inspiring, it is also unforgiving.\\
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 ====  Fieldnotes #3 ==== ====  Fieldnotes #3 ====
  
-Excerpts from //"Dust & Shadow. Fieldnotes #3"// by **FoAM** (Maja Kuzmanovic and Nik Gaffney)+Excerpts from //[[https://medium.com/@foam/dust-and-shadow-field-notes-3-af72c73a988e|"Dust & Shadow. Fieldnotes #3"]]// by **FoAM** (Maja Kuzmanovic and Nik Gaffney)
  
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 We began to learn the subtle variations in daily routines of plants and animals. We explored the sonic textures of cacti, Palo Verde trees and creosote bushes, listening to the wind on their skin and caressing surfaces with sensing devices. We experimented with directional and ambient recordings, deliberate and incidental sounds. Woodpeckers playing metal chimneys, thrashers mimicking police sirens, howling conversations between dogs and coyotes at dusk. Above and through it all, vast geological scales cast their long shadows, imposing a silent, harsh indifference. We began to learn the subtle variations in daily routines of plants and animals. We explored the sonic textures of cacti, Palo Verde trees and creosote bushes, listening to the wind on their skin and caressing surfaces with sensing devices. We experimented with directional and ambient recordings, deliberate and incidental sounds. Woodpeckers playing metal chimneys, thrashers mimicking police sirens, howling conversations between dogs and coyotes at dusk. Above and through it all, vast geological scales cast their long shadows, imposing a silent, harsh indifference.
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