In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, something a little different — field recordings made during a photo outing to Moccasin Bend — a nationally significant archaeological site consisting of forests and wetlands tucked into a big bend of the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The site has had continuous human habitation for 12,000 years.
But, rather than tell you about Moccasin Bend, I’ll let you listen to Moccasin Bend.
You’ll hear the sound of the breeze in the trees, water trickling in a babbling brook, a variety of bird songs, a busy woodpecker rapping on a tree, and a chorus of frogs and peepers echoing across the wetlands.
Thanks for listening.