It's been really, really cold here. Perfect conditions to try and capture frozen bubbles.
There is a lot of info on the interwebs of how to do photograph frozen bubbles. Here's what worked for me. I borrowed bubble solution from my 3-year-old neighbor. If you do not have a 3-year-old neighbor, rumor has it that three parts dishwashing liquid and one part corn syrup or vegetable oil and some sugar does the trick.
You need to get the solution pretty cold before the crystallization starts. At 10 degrees Fahrenheit, it took about 10 minutes to get the solution cool enough to freeze vs. just getting cloudy. I put the solution on a glass place, and used a straw to blow the bubble.