What Happens When You Blow Soap Bubbles in Freezing Cold Weather

This is quite amazing

TwistedSifter

If you blow soap bubbles in freezing cold weather, amazing crystals of ice form on their surface (actually in the middle as the water is between two thin layers of soapy film); starting at the bottom and expanding upwards until the entire bubble is covered. Each bubble and pattern created is unique making for some terrific photo opportunities.

Artist and photographer Cheryl Johnson has been experimenting with different sized soap bubbles, getting beautiful close-ups of the crystallizing soap bubbles. Johnson has been sharing her updates on Facebook where you can find an entire album of the beautiful bubbles.

Johnson is also an accomplished, self-taught watercolor painter and you can see many of her paintings at cheryljohnsonart.com.

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Blowing Soap Bubbles in Cold Weather by cheryl johnson (4)

Photograph by CHERYL JOHNSON
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Blowing Soap Bubbles in Cold Weather by cheryl johnson (3)

Photograph by CHERYL JOHNSON
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Blowing Soap Bubbles in Cold Weather by cheryl johnson (5)

Photograph by CHERYL JOHNSON
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