This is a recent Studio shot which could be called “Frozen In Time” (somewhat cliche) but I’d rather tribute this to ICE-9 … a fictional material appearing in Kurt Vonneguts’s novel Cat’s Cradel.
ICE-9 is supposed to be a more stable polymorph of water than common ice which instead of melting at Zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit), melts at 45.8 °C (114.4 °F). When ice-nine comes into contact with liquid water below 45.8 °C it acts as a seed crystal, and causes the solidification of the entire body of water which quickly crystallizes as ICE-9.
A global catastrophe involving freezing the Earth’s oceans by simple contact with ICE-9 is used as a plot device in Vonnegut’s novel. YIKES!
Hockey players would rejoice!