There was -16°C (3,2F) in Zlín, in the Czech Republic, when I finally resolved to try some photos of frozen soap bubbles. A lot of patience, clothing layers and good light resulted in these macro photos.


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Bubbles rapidly froze and formed beautiful hexagonal and fern-like crystal patterns. It took me about one hour of cold work and one sick husband/assistant after all.

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

:D Dragon Balls <3

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

so perfect.

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

Lovely!

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

Looks like feathers into a tear. Beautiful!

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Sana Zakir 4 months ago

Superbly amazing

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Hatsune Chiku 5 months ago

These are all so beautiful! I would like Christmas tree ornaments that look like these

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

What a perfect balance of peace.

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

Awesome!! :o

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Marcos Zamarripa 5 months ago

Stunning!