Just a passing glance and you might think they’re snowglobes. You’d be amazed to find out that these are actually frozen bubbles! Yes, it’s indeed such a unique experience to just stare at these photos for a while. I was even examining closely as if dissecting a piece of magical replica.
Looking intently actually has this ‘speechless effect’ on me. My mind wondered and wandered – I saw the ocean, a little village in the middle of nowhere and many other imaginary spaces only found in the memory and in dreams.
Washington-based photographer, Angela Kelly has definitely given more colors to serendipitous artistry. Using a homemade solution consisting of dish soap, karo syrup, and water, Kelly was able to make light of the 9- to 12-degree temperatures with these frozen bubbles.
The photographer loves showcasing beauty that if often taken for granted by many.
“We blew the bubbles across the top of our frozen patio table and also upon the hood of my car and then we watched in awe as each individual bubble froze with their own unique patterns.”
“We noted how they would freeze completely before the sun rose but that once the sun was in view they would defrost along the tops or cease freezing altogether.”
“We also noted how they would begin to deflate and implode in on themselves making them look like alien shapes or in some cases shatter completely leaving them to look like a cracked egg.”