149. Childhood Favorite

What kid (or adult for that matter) can resist blowing bubbles?   As a kid I never got bored of blowing bubbles – we would go through bottle after bottle.  What fun we had trying to catch them before they popped!

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~ by Tammy on May 27, 2009.

19 Responses to “149. Childhood Favorite”

  1. Don’t let George see those, great crystal clarity.

  2. Fun shot!

  3. Bubbles! bubbles bubbles bubbles!

    Sorry that’s what I get for seeing Finding Nemo recently.

  4. Really good, Tammy! We carry a bottle of bubbles in our golf cart. My hubby pulls them out to distract himself when we have to wait for the group in front of us.

  5. Hi!
    Great shot! What memories I have of blowing bubbles! We would run out and didn’t have the money to buy more, so mom would make us some more out of dish soap. Worked just great! Have a great day!!

    Sherrie

  6. I definitely agree. Bubbles are a lot of fun. Even for adults.

  7. Wonderful! It´s really fun blowing bubbles. But I´ve never managed your trick!

  8. Love the bubbles…what a great shot!

  9. A great set up on this shot and the lighting is super.

  10. Fun shot! Bubbles really are magical. I can’t figure out just how you set it up.

  11. I don’t know how you did this, but it is great. The light reflecting off the bubbles is perfect.

  12. Bubbles are so much fun!! We were just blowing bubbles with our grandaughter last night. Nice shot. Great reflections in the bubbles.

  13. Wonderful idea for the theme as well as perfect execution of the shot. Processing works really well too….

  14. Nice composition and the bubbles are just perfect!

  15. Very very nice, Tammy! The black and white really enhances the clarity of the shot.

  16. I love this!!
    Keep up the good work 🙂

  17. Great shot! I think we all should blow bubbles more often–cheap therapy! ; )

  18. Tricky to catch that–and your processing makes it extra special.

  19. Love the black and white and what a patient model you had

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