ohh so lovely. Alicia, do you ever take bad photos? no, really, I'm wondering :)
these photographs are so yum! absolutely beautiful!
Wow... I think these are fantastic.
Everyday Irene! I think that is how I learn best.... experimenting with cameras, different settings... just playing. I delete most of my digital files, and only show the small percent I like. But, I've learned a lot from those bad photos.
this is lovely!
Oh, wow. These are fantastic, Alicia!Great work!
These photos are AMAZING!! I really love your blog :)
Love that you actually captured the "pop!"
These are incredible! I just adore bubbles. :)
I love these pictures!!!Liesl :)
Ooh fun! Great photos!
Oh, what a beautiful post.I love giant bubbles though I've never seen them in person.Your photographs make them seem much more magical then I thought...
These are so cool. Great composition and focus. My favorite is of the bubble popping - perfect timing.
Hi Alicia,Please to meet you!Your photos are an inspiration for me. I visit your blog everyday. You always offer an amazing images!!!About the giant bubbles, do you know how to make? Because i have 4little kids that will love to play with the bubbles.Thank you so much for all!Tati
I am so glad you all seem to like the bubbles as much as I did!Tati-I really want to learn more about how they are made too! I know these are not regular dishsoap bubbles... and wonder what the secret ingredients are to making them so big!
Giant bubbles are so much fun!
I photographed a guy creating these bubbles in Genova, Italy. Where are these taken. The buildings in the background almost seem like Italy :-) Beautiful. I think he creates a heavy-duty bubble mix.
Such great images!
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