‘Hot’ Music from the ‘Indonesian Architects’

On a very warm Sunday afternoon in July (in the middle of a much needed short ‘heatwave’ with temperatures reaching over 30 degrees in some places in Wales) and with the Sun shining through the tall trees of the stunning setting of the Resolven Canal, with the kayaks sailing silently by, making the most of the canal, and the sound of children cooling off with a ‘dip’ in the river which runs nearby, it was also an idyllic location for the ‘Indonesian Architects’ to set up and give us an afternoon of light music, and they were indeed in fine song.

They had learned some new material and sitting in the shade, under the trees, provided a wonderfully cool setting and atmosphere which was a treat for those who were lucky enough to be there.

It was also a delight and an unexpected sight for the people passing while enjoying a Sunday afternoon stroll on the canal towpath which is, of course, a naturally beautiful area at any time of the year but especially during the summer months.

Well done and a big thank you to the Indonesian Architects for a lovely afternoon’s entertainment. 

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A couple more photographs showing the beauty of the Vale of Neath Canal

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Photo’s / text by Hugh & Lorna Lewis