Bucklebury Air – An Indie Composition by Kerri Jones


A Stroll in the Shire


RemnantWorks Studio

Music composed and performed by Kerri Jones

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  1. Hi Kerrie,
    This is so beautiful. You are very talented. It certainly does sum up a perfect English garden and reminded me of my lilac wisteria which is just starting to bud !
    Hope you are well! Xx

    • Linny, so nice to hear from you. I am well, but working long hours and my only regret is that I have little time for my creative pursuits and I miss my blog friends. But, soon enough I will be back to what I do best. Thank you again for dropping by and staying in touch. 🙂

  2. I’m very happy that you were able to give form to your creative energies despite the time constraints. I know how crushing a heavy workload at the office can be. It’s projects like these that really boost one’s outlook despite all of that. I hope you take care and stay well.

  3. I really enjoyed this, Kerri. Were the photos from a project you were involved in? Did you make the little girl’s dresses? I loved every minute of this video experience. It was a mini-mental vacation for me.

    • Perfect, that’s what it is meant to be… something that takes you away.
      Oh, what a great thought… wish I could say I had made what the girls are wearing, but no, I didm’t, just found those two by chance.
      With the extended hours I’ve been working,I haven’t had the time to sew or work on art. My creative energy was channeled into writing the music and then selecting images that suited it for the video. It was fun making and I’m happy you liked it. Thanks for stopping by to visit my blog; I’ve been away for so long. 🙂

    • Thank you, Linny, me, too. I love the quaintness of English country homes and wonderful gardens. If I can’t be there, at least I can sit back and enjoy the visit through images. I’m glad you like it. 🙂

    • Thanks, Dot. Yes, actually it is a nod to the Duchess, but also to Tolkien who used place names from Berkshire in his writing. I think this piece has a Hobbit-like quality about it. 🙂

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