In the USA on the river there were rotating circles

Ideal circles seldom arise in the nature, but Cailyn Messer, the photographer from the city of Nort-Bend in the State of Washington (USA), could film an ice disk.

“I rejoiced when I saw that the circle still whole and rotates. I spent day, watching its sluggish rotations and listening to an ice roar. Several pieces of ice broke away from almost ideal circle”.

Ice circles meet very seldom. The largest of similar ice disks had a diameter of 17 meters.

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Harem King

One time I was in Idaho, and standing on the ice, and the sound of the ice cracking was super loud and deep. Ice is a crystal as is its liquid state — the behaviors and sounds of it are interesting.

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