Makholma Bay 19/1/2016    

Every phase of ice has a soundscape of it's own, though ice, and especially solid sea ice, has seldom any continuous audible sounds. Only when the ice is moderately new and tough, and a good swell nearby keeps the ice in motion, there's a possibility to catch continuous squeaks. Most often this situation is possible only during a few days in the beginning of the winter. The world maybe full of good recordings of creaking ice, but at least, every sound is unique, and I just happen to love this sleepy soundscape, as it's an opening sign for the best time of the year; early spring out on the silent ice fields near the open sea, the last wilderness;-

Puskuri Sound 16/1/2016

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