Coded heart ultimately decided to share a few unquestionable stunning images a friend who took of frozen bubbles up-close, enlightening the crystallized form of ice that looks like feathers. We have seen various amazing photographs of soap bubbles that have turned into orbs of ice in frigid temperatures just a few weeks ago, but these pictures offer a new outlook of the tiny, fragile spheres as something even more magical.
Why do frozen bubbles look so good? 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 viewer’s attention. Frozen bubbles create inspiration for any artist.