See this Youtube video made by Dr. Meijer of another walk in his garden. The video supports closed captioning. This is not read by a screen reader so here is his description along with how far in terms of time the events occur in the video.
0: I walk across the terrace towards our neighbor’s house, with our own house of white bricks on the left side. Bright sky is at the top right.
10: a white garden chair shows briefly at the bottom left, and the tonality of the bright cement of the brick wall of our neighbor’s house becomes apparent as I walk towards it until it is within arm’s reach. Then I look left and right along the brick wall such that you get the changing rhythm rates associated with visual perspective.
37: then I take a closer look at the white garden chair, and pass it to walk towards a wooden fence, with a white football lying on the ground in front of it. The football gives a low-pitched beep while the wooden fence gives a slowing rhythm as I move closer.
1.08: I turn left to face the wall with white bricks of our own house, giving a more noisy texture with a tonality from the darker cement, and I move a bit closer to the wall.
1.25: I walk around a kind of white brick pillar at the corner of our house, and approach it from the side that has a rain pipe in the middle, and move up close and put my hand on the rain pipe.
1.55: I turn a bit left and take a close-up look at a red table cloth with white dots on a garden table. The many white dots give a peculiar sound texture.
2.12 I turn further left to take a closer look at a corner of our house, with windows on the left and right right side of the corner.
2.22: I turn left and walk over the grass to another wooden fence, giving a characteristic rhythm that slows down as I move closer.
2.33: Turning a bit to the right I take a look at some nearby foliage giving a kind of random texture.
2.45: Next I take a look at the roof with its regular pattern made up of the rows and columns of stone roof tiles.
3.06: I walk across the terrace to a white door in the fence that faces the street behind it.
3.31: I briefly turn right looking towards the white brick wall, and then turn left for a close-up look at some other foliage, and turn further left to effectively make a U-turn after facing another brick wall.
3.58: Then walking back across the terrace I turn to the right to have a close-up look at an empty rabbit’s cage, which here gives a characteristic simultaneous tonality and rhythm at close range, corresponding to a rectangular metal wire pattern.
4.08: I walk further across the terrace to take a second look at the white brick pillar with the rain pipe, again putting my hand on the rain pipe at close range.
4.38: end of video clip.
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