Thursday, February 11, 2021

Ice Crystals on a cold day! - Replay!


I recorded this a few years ago, but, thought it would be appropriate for a day like today!

So, this is what old photographers do in Minnesota when the temps drop. I took these videos from my back porch when the sun was setting at -5F.

These amazing ice crystals form rapidly inside the bubbles when blown onto icy snow in sub-zero temperatures.

I never cease to be amazed at the wonders of God's creation.

4 comments:

  1. One of the best experiments for the cold temps

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  2. So nice to watch your amazing video again. This sure is pure beauty, Den! Thank you!
    Sylvia

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  3. Completely mesmerizing. Thanks, Den. You're making me look forward to cold temps!! Judy in La Crosse

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  4. ...and I thought the ice crystals all over my (black) car one a.m. at 0 degrees was great, but this takes ice-crystal-beauty to a new level! Thanks for sharing/re-posting it.

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