Æolian on Brighton Jetty

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This is a type of ancient harp. The strings produce sound by vibrating in the wind. The sound is a continuously changing hum.

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Comments (14)

Stuart Smith on July 8, 2012

That's nicely artistic.
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Daryl_SA on July 9, 2012

Thank you Stuart,
Greetings, Daryl

BritPlom on July 27, 2012

A superb composition!

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Greetings, François

Daryl_SA on July 28, 2012

Thank you Francois,
Best wishes, Daryl

densil on September 6, 2012

Interesting aeolian harp, and great shot. Greetings, densil

Daryl_SA on September 7, 2012

Thanks Densil,
Best wishes, Daryl

Peter van Lom on September 13, 2012

FAV+L; a piece of art. The lines are balanced perfectly...best wishes, peter

Daryl_SA on September 14, 2012

Thank you very much Peter,
Greetings from Australia, Daryl

Alexkarl on October 11, 2012

Very interesting shot, amazing construction of the instrument. LIKE!!!

Best wishes Alexandra & Karl-Heinz

Daryl_SA on October 12, 2012

Thank you Alexandra & Karl-Heinz,
Greetings, Daryl

Adem Dogan on June 25, 2013

Very fantastic photo. LIKE. Best wishes

Daryl_SA on June 26, 2013

Hi Adem, thanks for the kind words and like,
Regards, Daryl

Roger Powell on October 1, 2013

I wonder if anyone has heard the sound from this instrument?
Liked!
: )

Daryl_SA on October 2, 2013

Thanks Roger. The last time I went there it was no wind at all. I'll have to go again when there is some breeze.
Cheers, Daryl

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on July 8, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Daryl_SA
    • Camera: Canon EOS 550D
    • Taken on 2012/07/06 11:10:02
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/160)
    • Focal Length: 17.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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