Cold Outside? Blow Frozen Bubbles!: Frost patterns form on bubbles you freeze outdoors.

Cold Outside? Blow Frozen Bubbles!

: Frost patterns form on bubbles you freeze outdoors. Mix cup soap powder, cup sugar, and 3 cups hot water.

How to: Make Frozen Bubbles

How to: Make Frozen Bubbles

Earlier this month, photographer Angela Kelly and her son decided to venture outdoors amidst freezing temperatures to blow some bubbles. After finding a soap bubble recipe online .

Photographer Michelle Lynn Fritz has taken stunning snapshots of frozen bubbles that show intricate crystals forming on them resembling snowflakes

Photographer creates delicate ice crystals on the outside of bubbles

The striking pictures were taken by photographer Michelle Lynn Fritz, from Pennsylvania in the U., where she creates the bubbles and lights them up against the rising sun in her back garden.

Freezing temperatures can be miserable this time of year, but Angela Kelly has used it to capture a spectacular phenomenon on film. The Washington-based photographer and her young son brave the cold with a bubble wand and a camera to take pictures of bubbles freezing in a matter of seconds. The images below show the final freeze, but a GIF near the bottom shows the entire process. Kelly explains the experience: "We blew the bubbles across the top of our frozen patio table and also upon the…

Photos capture the curious phenomenon of frozen bubbles

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Ms Fritz, aged 49, who also takes pictures of flowers, said: 'The frozen bubbles have a magical, whimsical feeling - they are intricate, delicate and delightful'

Photographer creates delicate ice crystals on the outside of bubbles

Ms Fritz, aged who also takes pictures of flowers, said: 'The frozen bubbles have a magical, whimsical feeling - they are intricate, delicate and delightful'

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Bundle up and head outside for some extreme winter science with the kids. Make and observe fascinating frozen bubbles!  via @https://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/

How to Make Fascinating Frozen Bubbles

Bundle up and head outside for some extreme winter science with the kids. Make and observe fascinating frozen bubbles!

Soap Bubbles in Cold Weather by Cheryl Johnson | If you blow soap bubbles in freezing cold weather, crystals of ice form on their surface (actually in the middle as the water is between two thin layers of soapy film). Each bubble and pattern created is unique.

Soap Bubbles in Cold Weather by Cheryl Johnson If you blow soap bubbles in freezing cold weather, crystals of ice form on their surface (actually in the middle as the water is between two thin layers of soapy film). Each bubble and pattern created is un

Bundle up and head outside for some extreme winter science with the kids. Make and observe fascinating frozen bubbles!  via @https://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/

How to Make Fascinating Frozen Bubbles

Bundle up and head outside for some extreme winter science with the kids. Make and observe fascinating frozen bubbles!

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