Frozen bubbles

snow bubbles Heather Telford

It is bitterly cold here again so I tried a trick I had seen and heard about, freezing bubbles. I made bubble mix then braved the -20°C temperature for a few minutes at a time to blow bubbles in our snow and ice covered back yard.

snow bubble Heather Telford

Most bubbles shatter while they are in the air or as soon as they hit a surface. Some float in the air long enough to freeze before they land on the snow. 

broken bubble Heather Telford

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4 thoughts on “Frozen bubbles

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  2. Beverly Robinson

    I have never seen frozen bubbles! We have abt 14″ of snow and very cold weather. I have to try this tomorrow. Thanks!

    Reply
  3. ND

    Great idea and great photos, Heather. I have referred the site to many family and friends. Rain in the Blue Mountains in recent days has probably removed the risk of further fires in our area for this summer.

    Reply

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