Friday, December 11, 2009

Weekend Reflections 12-12-09

Weekend Reflections hosted by James. I love catching reflections in windows, mirrors, water, raindrops, so this meme called to me.


Do you have any idea how difficult it is to photograph bubbles when you're the one blowing the bubbles AND taking the photos?



13 comments:

Julie said...

Really? You did both things. I would hazard this to be well nigh impossible. But possibly much fun to attempt. I love the colours and the images that you have trapped in the balls of fun.

Mar said...

Fascinating pictures, fantastic job!!

Betty said...

Wonderful pictures! I love the colors in the bubbles. Great shots!

Serendipity said...

Great shots. Very impressive that you managed to blow the bubbles and photograph them at the same time!

Nessa said...

Such beautiful shots. You managed very well. I love bubbles.

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Malyss said...

I never tried to do this; But the result is fantastic, and you made wonderful pictures! Bravo!!

awarewriter said...

These are marvelous photos. I'll have to try this one. Usually I let our granddaughters blow the bubbles.

Carolyn Ford said...

I have actually tried it! Since you succeeded I shall try again! Very nice, indeed!

Marka said...

Harder than when the process involves two people, I'm sure.

Suzii said...

A friend of mine said bubbles blown in the recent cold snap shattered into iridescent ribbons ... if you want a next challenge!

mbkatc230 said...

These are really neat shots! Very creative, and you are much more coordinated than I! Kathy

Woody said...

Beautiful reflections! Very creative, especially considering the coordination required!

Chris said...

The ways you see the world result in some awesome pictures!

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