8.12.2008

wordless wednesday - bubbles
















Edited to add: these are Catch-a-Bubbles which don't pop immediately upon landing. Makes photographing them much easier.

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15 comments:

Aaron said...

Great series of photos. I really like the solo bubble shots. Capturing bubbles well can really be a challenge, I've tried it myself. Nicely done.

Gabriel said...

Beautiful bubbles! I must show these pictures to my daughter Florencia, she will love them!

Cathy said...

WOW! You captured the bubbles so beautifully. And their colors? Amazing. I wish I could that myself. But I'll leave them to experts like you.

Thanks for sharing. Happy WW!

Just The Girl said...

Great Pictures!!!! Happy WW!

carrie said...

Now I'm jealous of your bubble pictures!!

They're so clear and crisp!

Awesome.

Heidi said...

That's too funny... we did bubbles last night for some fun, too! I just love them... I like to see their colors (like you have shown here) and how far they can go. The boys (ages 6 and 5) just like to pop them (it's good exercise!)

Lovely photos!

Daryl said...

Lovely ..

:-Daryl

Barb said...

These are fantastic! I lovve the bubbles on the evergreen bough! They look like ornaments.

California said...

Bubbles are always fun. Any age, any day. Happy WW!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Very nice series of shots. I love picture #1.

LingoVise Says... said...

Awesome series of shots! Bubbles can be tricky to catch... very nicely done :)

Especially love the bubbles in contrast to the local fauna.

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Marsha said...

great captures! I love how the colors are enhanced in the transparency of the the bubbles.

The Right Blue said...

Wow, great job you did capturing the iridescence of those bubbles. Congratulations.

Mojo said...

How did I miss these yesterday?
Great shots here!
-Mojo

dianne - bunny trails said...

Just a note on the bubbles - part of the reason they're so amazing is that they're not regular bubbles. They're Catch-A-Bubble and are made of a slightly different substance (thus the catching), so they don't pop when they land. Which is a real boon to a camera junkie like me! :D