The Art of Chasing Bubbles, Part #2

Today we will not be taking bubble photos.  Snow is supposed to blow in today and it is horribly cold.  See, it never ends 🙂  That’s okay though, I have filled my veins with enough spring to keep me going for a while.  I know she will return, so I don’t mind a bit of snow.  I am kind of looking forward to relaxing indoors today.  I won’t be curled up on the couch (I don’t know about all moms, but I don’t get much “relaxation time” unless you consider taking a shower with kids banging on the door relaxation).  Instead, we will be doing school but I will enjoy watching the snow out the window while curling my fingers around a hot cup of tea.


These are the photos I took yesterday as well, observing bubbles while outside this time.  It is still a work in progress, but the beauty that you find there is incredibly amazing.  Enjoy!

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Here, you can see the rails on the deck reflected in the bubble…  I think it adds character.WIN_20170327_13_58_57 (2)


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Remnants of another broken bubble laying against a still fully formed bubble…WIN_20170327_14_11_37 (2)


2 Comments Add yours

  1. leigha66 says:

    These seem to have more variety of color, more green I think… beautiful!

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      I think that is because I was outdoors – there’s grass and a blue sky that all contribute. I’m going to have to take it different places to see 🙂

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