These Enchanting Crystal Balls Are Not What They Seem. Take A Closer Look At The Magic

January 3, 2014

When the weather dropped to a chilling 16°F, photographer Angela Kelly took her 7 year-old son outside to blow bubbles using her homemade recipe; soap, karo syrup, and water. As the bubbles froze and hit the ground, she zoomed in.

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© Angela Kelly

The frost created magical patterns in the freezing bubbles. The smaller ones would freeze momentarily and then fall down and scatter like thin glass chips.

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© Angela Kelly

 The larger ones froze slower on the surface, giving Angela a chance to catch the natural artworks of the frost.

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© Angela Kelly

Before the sun came up, they would freeze entirely and behave as though they were made of glass.

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© Angela Kelly

The pictures are enchanting to say the least.

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© Angela Kelly

Sometimes between freezing and thawing, the bubbles would collapse in upon themselves and create bizarre shapes.

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© Angela Kelly

It is amazing what you can see when you take the time to look at things in a different light...

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© Angela Kelly

Like something out of a fairytale...

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© Angela Kelly

ice bubbles
© Angela Kelly

ice bubbles
© Angela Kelly

ice bubbles
© Angela Kelly

"I just want to show the world that it's worth taking a minute to have a look at your surroundings and you'll be amazed at what you can see and do." ~ Angela Kelly

Source: dailymail.co.uk

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