12.28.2022 Wordless Wednesday-Winter’s Silent Pipe Organ


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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16 Responses to 12.28.2022 Wordless Wednesday-Winter’s Silent Pipe Organ

  1. That’s a great icy pipe organ.

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  2. …plays a beautiful, crystalline song…

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  3. shoreacres says:

    Have you ever heard the ice ‘sing’? There are plenty of videos online, but this is one of the best. A woman who lived in a houseboat on Great Slave Lake in Yellowknife, up in the Northwest Territories, used to blog about the challenges of that kind of life, and she recorded the ‘singing ice,’ too. What I remember most are her stories about struggling to keep the houseboat level while the ice was freezing around it — amazing stuff. I wish I could find her blog again, but I can’t. All I can remember is that she was a physician, her husband was Spanish, and they loved the Yellowknife Ice Castle.

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  4. Wally Jones says:

    Nice ice!

    I looked for something similar here in central Florida, alas, in vain.

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  5. Thanks! I could say the same while you are still posting butterflies and I am sharing icicles. As much as I do like to make images of ice I don’t think a choice between the two would be very difficult.


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