I was able to capture this sound when walking along the edge of Gantry Park. I chose to walk along a path not truly set for the park-goer. I ended up cutting across the grass, walking along a stone wall, and sticking my phone in a tree at one point. I wanted to convey the diverse landscape that was offered at Gantry Park. How, within two steps, the landscape can go from water to grass to stone
While in the subway, I chose to capture sound of the moving walkway. It is an invention that makes a somewhat decent amount of noise, however that sound is almost non existent as the passing subway drowns out any other sounds. The moving walkway represents a more efficient way to travel in the tunnels when one is going from one train to another.
Outside the building that housed the Brooklyn Grange, I encountered a man who was tasked with repainting the parking posts outside a loading dock. He was improving an aspect of the landscape. I wanted to capture the sound of the bettering of something.
This sound represents the effort for growth. The process for growing things, and the steps that must be done before the change is evident.