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Ice crystals form on the surfaces of backlit bubbles

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It became a tradition since last year, so as there was almost -20 degrees (Celsius), I made some freezing bubbles for my kids. Couldn’t stop myself from filming it again 🙂

From Warsaw-based photographer and videographer Pablo Zaluska, aka ZALUSKArt, watch beautifully lit bubbles form ice crystals across their surfaces before popping: More frozen bubbles

In case you missed it, watch Frozen Soap Bubbles: Ice crystal ‘snow globes’. Plus: Ice crystals.

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