Michigan-based photographer Hope Carter is a master in the very precise art of photographing bubbles in freezing temperatures, which was inspired by some classes she helped teach in her children’s schools. She took her camera into the freezing outdoors, where she would blow bubbles that would then crystallize, and before they disappeared, she clicked the shutter. Each gives rise to a different kind of icy landscape.
‘No two photos of these bubbles are alike and all are just a moment captured in time and then they are gone. Some look like someone used gold leaf paint inside them! Nature’s colors are amazing.’ – Hope Carter