I've always wanted to photograph frozen bubbles! They're caused by gasses from underwater plants getting frozen. You usually see stuff like this from Lake Abraham in Canada, but I was able to find them in my hometown in Wisconsin. We've had some really, really cold days so far this winter and not a lot of snow, so the ice is really thick and was not covered up yet. It was below 0F when I took this photo, which made it pretty challenging to think straight and take technically sound photos. One is all you need though!
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Captured: January 2018
Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 16-35 f/4
Settings: ISO100, 35mm, f/14, 1/4 sec
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