Imagine the incredulous expression on some Scottish residents face, when they woke up one morning to see their village blanketed in a seas of white substance after a storm. But it wasn't snow clinging to everything.
It was sea-foam. yes, you heard right. Villages in the small seaside fishing town of Footdee, Aberdeen woke up on Tuesday to what, at first glance looked like a Winter Wonderland. Houses, cars, streets and everything else in between was covered in white.
As you can see from the above video, the thick white "snow-looking" sea-foam was everywhere, giving Bailey the barking dog, something new and strange to investigate. While man's best friend seemed delighted by the phenomenal sight, residents had a massive messy clean-up on their hands.
According to BBC News, the foam, called "spume,' was created by plant plankton residue and the moving sea water, then swept ashore by the heavy winds and waves of the storm from the North Sea, and deposited all over the village of Footdee.
Sort of looks like the village got a giant bubble bath, doesn't it?