Have you ever heard this sound before? It’s my absolute favorite sound And it’s been fascinating me for many years now. But I had never heard about it before Until I moved to this remote place by the lake. I didn’t know that the ice can
create the most magical And otherworldy sounds. It excites my spirit And during the last years I’ve spent many winter nights by the lake Listening and recording the sounds of the singing ice. These sounds can best be heard in the
beginning of the winter Just as the lake has frozen to ice As the surface of the ice gets thicker It creates a strong tension in the ice Until it cracks. And as the cracks move fast over the ice It creates these strong vibrations and sounds That can be heard many miles away. The sounds of the ice is different
every winter Depending on how fast the ice grows And how much snow is covering the surface. The colder, the louder sounds. Being out on the ice when it sings the
most is a very special experience If the ice cracks close to you You can feel like a wall of vibration from the sounds Almost knocking you down. It’s very powerful And I have to admit, it feels a bit spooky to walk down to
the ice in the nights Changing batteries in my sound recorder While being surrounded by these loud, strange sounds. It’s like the sound of an ancient spirit awakening under the ice Roaring out in the night. And, the ice does not only makes this magical music It also creates a masterpiece on the ice.

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  1. This is so fascinating. 🤯 and her voice, it feels like she's from one of this fantasy movies, narrating her life story. It's awesome 💯

  2. I love winter, snow and the sound of ice also. I use to lie down and listen during my ice skating days when I was young. Once you hear it in person you never forget that sound. Much like your kulling. I can here you in my head without even playing your video. Loved your voice overlay in this video. Enjoyed immensely. 👍

  3. "I also believe that the sound can have a very healing effect on humans. "I can not stress enough how much this sentence makes me want to commit not being alive.

  4. The ice gathering all the vibrations of all living life under the water every were for over 90 000 mils and the sound you hear is whales, cool right?

  5. Ahhhh I’m worried that her face might stick to the ice. I’m not fully sure it’s possible but I feel like theres a risk because our skin does hold moisture, and no matter how cold it gets it’ll stick to anything that’s cold. Or at least in my experience it has xD. But it also couldn’t, I’m not very sure hahaa.. I’m a worrywort couch potato (๑ŏ ω ŏ๑).

  6. Not to sound weird, but I've heard those noises in my ears for years… this video gave me chills because I've never heard that noise anywhere else outside my own head. Only happens if its perfectly silent and I listen intently. This video freaked me out.

  7. I threw rocks on a frozen lake and it literally sounded like a Star Wars lazer gun it’s actually so wierd I can’t believe not much people know about this maybe everyone doesn’t think to throw rocks on ice cuz they think nothing will happen I was just curious so I threw it 😂 also I think it HAS to be a lake not like a man made frozen structure cuz the water underneath has something to do with the super interesting sounds

  8. this subject in the wrong hands, this would be a ten minute long video with six mid roll ads. thanks for the quick educational and not at all obnoxious intel lmao

  9. Here in Canada we have ice quakes. It’s when the water underground freezes and expands making loud banging sounds. It freaks you out in the middle of the night. Definitely not quite as lovely as the singing ice. ❄️

  10. There is one thing that many people don’t realize, it is that our earth is truly one of the most incredible things we know of.🌎

  11. You are too beautiful, and the place where you live is too beautiful. I like it very much, but I ca n’t go out at all in China, and pollution in China is too serious.

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