Ice bubbles (cold+snap winter water ). Photo by kesky
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Ice bubbles

Uploaded by: kesky

Sunday January 5, 2014

New York Mills, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Bubbles can be very hard to capture even when they are frozen!

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5. kesky
2:05 AM GMT on January 07, 2014
Thanks, Van. I'm actually going to try it again when it warms up slightly. But of course it still needs to be colder than 32. At -20 my fingers and toes got too cold to be outside more than a few minutes! Too hard to blow bubbles and snap pictures with gloves on!
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4. vanpet
4:18 AM GMT on January 06, 2014
Thank you Kesky, for sharing your pictures. I didn't know it had to be a -20,We wanted to make glow in the dark frozen bubbles. Neither worked so we didnt attempt to try them together. (Break open glow sticks mix with bubble solution). Awesome shot I gave you a 10+.
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3. kesky
10:13 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
makshots, it was on a news station in Fargo about blowing bubbles outside when it is really cold out, and how cool they are so I tried it and managed to get a couple photos before they burst. It's what we do "up north" when we are bored! Haha!
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2. makshots
9:33 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
How does one go about finding a bubble? This is very cool - I wouldn't mind running into a bubble or two . . .
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1. YouKnowWho
6:33 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
Way cool!
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