Water droplets and frozen crystals on a plane window at 37,000ft

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This is the stunning ice show photographed by a plane passenger – at 37,000ft. 

Concert violinist, Bertrand Kulik, noticed the condensation and ice particles forming interesting shapes on his window as he flew from Paris to Japan.

So he took out his camera, fitted with a macro lens, and began to picture them from just 5cm as they formed and changed shape.

4 Responses to “Water droplets and frozen crystals on a plane window at 37,000ft”

  1. Awesome! In fact, I just shot a pic of icicles from my window seat on a return flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles recently. His micro-lens shots are beautiful. :))

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