COLUMBUS (WCMH/CNN) – Mother Nature is providing an unusual, and beautiful sight.
Everyone seemed to really enjoy the frozen bubble video I posted on @sherrill_photo yesterday so I thought I’d share this one too. The freezing patterns were really cool, but a tiny breeze made it a bit shakey. You can find the bubble recipe on that post too. Video: ISO:320 f/8 50mm+16mm macro tube 1/50 fps #sonya6000 #rokkor #vintagelens #frozenbubble #frozenbubbles #video #bts #behindthescenes #ohiowinter #ohiogram
“>Carey Sherrill posted a series of videos and photos on Instagram showing what happened when you blow a soap bubble in the cold.
Sherrill says that sugar in the soap and water mix creates a crystal-like appearance as the bubble freezes.
Sherrill provided a recipe for the bubble mixture:
- 200ml water (1 cup)
- 35ml dish soap (2 Tbls)
- 35ml corn syrup (2 Tbls)
- 2 Tbls. Regular sugar
Sherrill says it was two degrees Fahrenheit outside when he was able to record one of them freezing in under 60 seconds.