Science tells us that hot water turns into a cloud of ice crystals when tossed at subzero temperatures, but Ontario based photographer Michael Davies managed capture this phenomenon on camera. This past Sunday, just 20km south of the Arctic Circle, Davies took these incredible photos of his friend Markus hurling hot tea in -40°C weather.
12/25/2015 07:50:21 am
Definitely! I wonder how many " multiple thermoses" was? Also need to try this. http://youtu.be/b1Qrr50K0V0
12/25/2015 08:19:34 am
Consider the bubbles purchased! :)
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