Inspired by recently published stunning photos Angela Kelly took of the frozen bubbles she created with her son, I had to try this out myself! I wanted to put a little twist on the images, and decided to photograph at night (and again in the morning because the results were so cool!). You can check out the results in the slideshow. This experiment used a mixture of: – 2 Parts Bubble solution… Read More

Check this out – Environment Canada is interested in using a high-speed camera to capture detailed and intricate images of snowflakes as they fall. The images will serve several purposes including studying the evolution of a snowflake as it falls. Some data that the camera should be able to track is air flow, velocity, acceleration, snowflake size and snowflake shape. The camera would be located north of Toronto, at the King City radar… Read More