frozen bubbles

These shots are from a few nights ago, when the ice first started to freeze over. These little trails of bubbles were frozen into the ice, which is about two inches thick in these images.

I put the camera on a tripod way down low next to the ice, then lit the shot with a flash light (I took these before the sun came up). These are both at f22 to keep the depth of focus from being too shallow, so the tripod was very necessary… they were five second exposures.


  1. This is beautiful. It amazes me when someone has artistic vision, and can see beauty in everything. This picture is mind blowing.

  2. No name and didn’t read @ the comment policy says:

    I love to see a fine camera in the hands of a GREAT person… this is the mix which can create breathtaking pictures.
    Thank you

  3. amit says:

    Gorgeous picture
    I have a similar picture of frozen raindrops on the grass

  4. Meubelen says:

    nice picture. what camera d u use it ?
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  5. Great photo. These shots are not common. Maybe you took this photo a day or two before winter. More so, the effect was because of the greater number f-stop you have in your camera that’s why it somehow stopped and made solid images of those bubbles. Wonderful!
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  6. You have amazing imagination thru your vision. Very great…
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  7. Very cool! You definitely captured the frozen rain drops and bubbles against the window. Amazing!

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