More sound of wind this time from the private harbour of Cesenatico, Italy. I have to say I love visiting harbours when it’s very windy. The rattling, whistling and whooshing of the wind hitting ropes and wires of docked boats can become pretty overwhelming yet synchronised like a well trained choir. I wasn’t that lucky though, and the wind wasn’t that strong in this occasion. I was hoping for a more dramatic take, shoganai (しょうがない Japanese expression for ‘it can’t be helped!’).
On the other hand I entered the place without permission ( I sought around for a custodian but no one was there ). When I returned to the gate a couple of hours later, the keeper was a bit surprised to see me there. However, after I explained myself, the lad was quite happy to let me out and apologize for not being present when I sneaked in, “I was having a coffee” he said :-).
Well, I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I do.