I believe the sound of the wind and footsteps recorded in this video reflects with today’s sites because the first park we visited was on a pier and therefore, very windy. At times, my hair brushed against the phone and made a swishing noise, which I slightly captured in this audio. The sound of wind was not only representative of our time at Gantry State Park, but also in the rooftop gardens/farms we visited today in Brooklyn and Queens.
The sounds of footsteps walking in the Nature Walk and around Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant is representative of the different materials our classmates stepped on at our sites today. The Nature Walk was made up of mainly gravel materials. The substances we stepped on today were countless; ranging from wooden pathways that led us to the different tanks at the Oko Farms to the crackling of the oysters that were places in the soils of Brooklyn Grange Organic Range Rooftop Farm.