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I looove to learn and if I can use photography to somehow teach my kids something, I am in. I read a couple tutorials on how to make a frozen bubble and since we have been in the -20 wind chill world for what seems like all winter, we tried it out. We do live in Nebraska, so while I tried to make a pretty frozen bubble outdoors on the snow that will never leave, there was a bit of a breeze and my bubbles kept breaking.
Into my freezing cold, supposed to be slightly warmer but it's not minus the breeze garage I went. I did not follow the tutorials simply for time-sake and used a metal straw in a tube of bubble solution. My kiddos got their turn to make some frozen bubbles and were careful to notice a few things...
Also, I had my child who was wearing a black winter coat stand in front of the very bright light coming in from our backyard patio sliding door, and was being reflected off of a lot of snow (did I mention we now live in a frozen winter wonderland of never ending frozen-ness?). This helped to really define the unique and beautiful designs being created in the freezing bubble solution, each one so different from the last.
This little booger floated away and landed on these scattered pieces of dust and snowflakes. Stay warm, my friends.