This is a close-range stereo field recording of a spring where water flows from an aquifer to the Earth’s surface. You can hear the sound of groundwater flowing out of the ground. You can also hear the sound of water breaking around surrounding rocks.
This field recording is done in Plato’s Spring (Turkish: Eflatunpınar) in Central Anatolia region of Turkey on July, 2017. This is one of the oldest spring known in the world which lies inside the Lake Beyşehir National Park, 85 km (53mi) west of Konya, and drains into Lake Beyşehir. During the Late Bronze Age, a sacred pool monument was built here, dedicated to the sacred spring cult of ancient Hittites. It is one of the UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.
You can play this recording as a perfectly working loop.
This is also a highly customizable dynamic recording which is compliant with The International Telecommunication Union’s BS.1770-3 broadcast loudness standard. So it is ready to use in TV and Radio broadcasts.