Found Sounds: The Rush And The Roar of The Waterfall
Found Sounds is a SoundCloud community feature focusing on some of the most weird and wonderful sounds that can be found on SoundCloud. Count on new installments with some of our favorite sounds each Tuesday!
The sounds of nature are some of the most evocative sounds we know. These sounds can evoke fear, happiness and relaxation. This week in Found Sounds we want to concentrate on those tranquil natural sounds, taking a listen to the rush and roar of waterfalls.
These beautiful natural occurrences are formed as a stream of water meets a drop in its path. At this point in time we begin to hear a roar as the stream of water crashes into a rock bed, this sound illustrates the immense power of the natural world around us:
In colder climates, this sound may begin to slow over winter. As water sources begin to freeze, the sounds are muted from us. But, as the ice melts, the rush and roar of water falling grows and grows. The user tnewbold captured a great field recording of this:
Iceland is a country scattered in Waterfalls. One of its biggest The Skógafoss, according to legend has buried treasure in a cave behind the waterfall, from early settling Vikings. It is said that locals attempted to recover the chest years later, but lost it all bar a ring on the side of the chest during the recovery. The mysterious folklore attached to this natural wonder brings people to Iceland every year, these people hear and see this beauty:
The tranquil sounds of these natural rushes and roars are a great way to stop, relax and take an interlude in our busy life. I hope it has done this for you today.
That’s all for this week’s Found Sounds! Tune in next week for more crazy sounds from the ‘Cloud.