Moments to treasure
The last one. This bubble strayed into an open fronted shed and you can see my husband and me standing outside as well as the contents of the shed.
Wow this is lovely too Joyce. I bet you’ve had some fun with the Rosie Bubbles!!
You bet, Sue! You do really need someone else to blow the bubbles for you so you have your hands free to take the photos. I’m sure you would enjoy blowing bubbles for your hubby 🙂
Now there’s an idea Joyce! We have some bubbles that we bought for Lucie. Hubby is still a couple of photos short for his LRPS submission. He said he wants to photograph something moving!!
Take care and thanks again for your fabulous blog. It’s really uplifting.
Ooh, I like this one best because you try to work out what the image is within the bubble. It suddenly conjured up this in my mind … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puddle_%28M._C._Escher%29 (he’s a fave of mine).
Well, inside there is a woodpile, the red seat is on a quad bike, there are big plant tubs lying about, and outside there is a bit of a mess of garden waste waiting to be moved and building materials waiting for the builders to come back. Thanks for the link to M. C. Escher, I will look at his work later.
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