The sound of ice cracking [dig. teas.]


Many things are frozen in our part of the world these days. Some of them are living things. When the wind comes, you can hear the ice cracking as they bend and break free, if you just listen carefully. Or you can also listen to this.


I took cameras and music out for a cold Sunday walk. This is a digital teaser, the ones shot on film to be developed at some point this week. Maybe. Now you should really go outside.


January 10 2010 | life and photography | | 4 Comments »
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4 Responses to “The sound of ice cracking [dig. teas.]”

  1. she on 10 Jan 2010 at 2:57 pm #

    I would like to go for an endless walk with you.
    The sound of cracking ice would make me laugh.
    Now it¬īs the sound of my breaking heart instead.

  2. -u+raw` on 10 Jan 2010 at 4:04 pm #

    habe ich mir gedacht, dass du diese magische stimmung einf√§ngst … very nice! bis bald -u+raw`

  3. i_koon on 10 Jan 2010 at 4:10 pm #

    @she. it’s only the ice that cracks. i just tried to break a branch. it’s in perfect shape.

    @raw. mhm. maybe tonight.

  4. girl on 10 Jan 2010 at 5:23 pm #

    #2 is my absolute fave.
    some living things are frozen, but asleep. a kiss from the sun, and they’ll wake…

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