灯台の霧笛 – Lighthouse Diaphone

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A romantic foggy day on the Italian Adriatic beach, with seagulls charging to grab pieces of bread thrown into the water by a passer-by and a diaphone from a distant lighthouse playing every 30 seconds to help boat to reach the port.

In the beginning, I actually thought the diaphone was from a ship having trouble reaching the port. However the locals, soon after the recording, explained to me where the sound was coming from, and suddenly the reason why it was playing became apparent considering the weather.

The occasional explosions like fireworks you hear from distance are, according to the local people, some sort of hail cannon used by local farmers to disperse clouds. Yet I could not find any information on that.

Enjoy!

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7 thoughts on “灯台の霧笛 – Lighthouse Diaphone

  1. I just dropped by because I saw you had liked something on my blog. Thank you for that! I was so surprised and intrigued by your blog. Here am I trying to entice people with words and images and yet you conveyed so much more with your soundscape. I really, really loved this and it took me out of my stressed frame of mind to another place where I felt soothed and interested too. Thank you. I am going to follow you. – Karen.

    1. Hi Karen thanks for stopping by, yep I think I liked one of your picture and now even your garden guru : ) i love cats. Anyhow, I m not that good with word so I use what I’m most comfortable with, beside plenty of blogs like mine, check the link page (一). You on the other hand can write well and have interesting things to say so in my eye you blog is pretty good.

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