When I took the dogs out this morning here in NYC, the "realfeel" temperature was negative-8 degrees Fahrenheit (-22 Celsius). In other words it's cold. Fitting, then, that I just came across these photos of what happens when an ordinary child's balloon, left outside, is covered by freezing rain—and then deflates:
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As you can tell by this photo…
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…these were not shot in New York City. They were snapped during a cold winter in Morley, Missouri way back in 2007. Interestingly enough the man who shot them, a former engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation named Bob Lannert, has a place in history where U.S. winters are concerned. Stay tuned and we'll explain.
Via Equipment World