Ice Circles, or ice disks, are a natural phenomena where a thin layer of ice spins on top of flowing water. I heard through a Facebook post about an ice circle spinning on the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River close to where I live so I decided to check it out. I drove along the NF-5600 road peering over each bridge. I was elated to see that the circle was still intact and spinning. I spent the afternoon watching the slow rotations and listening to the murmurs of the ice. A few notches of ice were broken from the nearly perfect circle.
I shot a few videos and still images so that others could enjoy this rare site.
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