Photographer tried to blow soap bubbles at -9°C (15,8°F), the photos she shoot will leave you speechless

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This week we came across a photo project that literally left us without words.
The pictures we are going to show you today were shot by Washington-based photographer Angela Kelly, who driven by curiosity had the brilliant idea to go outside with her 7-year-old son and experiment blowing soap bubbles with a temperature of -9°C (15,8°F).

You can imagine their amazement when they saw the bubbles freeze almost instantly and fall to the ground. Some of them remained undamaged after the impact with the soil, while some other looked almost like broken eggs after touching the floor.

“We noted how they would freeze completely before the sun rose but that once the sun was in view they would defrost along the tops or cease freezing altogether. We also noted how they would begin to deflate and implode in on themselves making them look like alien shapes or in some cases shatter completely leaving them to look like a cracked egg.” She said when interviewed by KOMO News.

If you are interested in seeing more of her work, this is her official website. You can even purchase prints of these amazing photos at her Etsy Shop.

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