Incredible Close Up of Frozen Bubbles Tauheed Ahmad April 7, 2015 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds 2200 Codedheart ultimately decided to share few unquestionable stunning images of a friend took of frozen bubbles up-close, enlightening the crystalized formation of ice that looks like feathers. We have seen various amazing photographs of soap bubbles that have turned to orbs of ice in frigid temperatures just a few weeks ago, but these pictures offers a new outlook of the tiny, fragile spheres as something even more magical. Every fabulous image looks like a remarkable composite of glossy quills within a clear dome, but are really the surfaced bubbles solidifying into icy pockets of air. They are amidst a freezing procedure as the ice crystals feather out from the bottom, up. The ultimate result is an unbelievable pattern across the delicate bubbles, magnetically drawing the view’s attention. Via Mymodernmet Related PostsFabulous Snapshots of Bubbles Frozen in Frigid TemperaturesBreathtaking Frozen Views of Niagara Falls?Unique Hotel Room in SwedenBritish Artist Created Incredible Life-Size Horses Out of Salvaged DriftwoodRainbow RosesMagnificent Captures of Bears Family in Snowy Surroundings. Wonderful Photo Taken by Matt HuttonCALBUCO from Martin HeckFabulous Photographs of Surging Ocean Waves Frozen in TimeAstonishing Images of Frozen Lighthouse on Lake MichiganGlow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Exists And It’s Made Out of Jellyfish100 Years old Unique Negatives Preserved in a ice block provides glimpse of Antarctica adventures Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.