British Twitter Channel Published Spectacular Pictures of Frozen Soap Bubbles – Design You Trust

British Twitter Channel Published Spectacular Pictures of Frozen Soap Bubbles

Photographer (Twitter channel @StormchaserUKEU) has posted some interesting photos of frozen soap bubbles. For their realization he used pottery and water. It took about 5-10 minutes to completely turn them into ice forms, but it was definitely worth it.

He created some amazing and strange patterns, which look like small worlds or planets. Creating frozen soap bubbles is widely used during the winter and there are lots of amazing photos circulating on the net.

“Few more images I took of my first go of freezing soap bubbles this evening, really cool to give a go, patterns you get are quite incredible!”

“Had a little go of freezing soap bubbles this evening, my first go, but patterns look quite cool!”


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