8.26.2010

Day #26- Happiness is Giant Bubbles




20 comments:

Irene said...

ohh so lovely. Alicia, do you ever take bad photos? no, really, I'm wondering :)

catherine said...

these photographs are so yum! absolutely beautiful!

Samantha Clarke Photography said...

Wow... I think these are fantastic.

Alicia said...

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.

nolita*wanders said...

this is lovely!

Amanda said...

Oh, wow. These are fantastic, Alicia!
Great work!

britni @ Antika Moda said...

These photos are AMAZING!! I really love your blog :)

Kimberly June said...

Love that you actually captured the "pop!"

Ashley said...

These are incredible! I just adore bubbles. :)

Wood-Mama said...

awesome shots!

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

I love these pictures!!!

Liesl :)

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Ooh fun! Great photos!

Ruxandra said...

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...

Dottie said...

These are so cool. Great composition and focus. My favorite is of the bubble popping - perfect timing.

Tatiana Abreu said...

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

Tatiana Abreu said...

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

Alicia said...

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!

Lavender Playground said...

Giant bubbles are so much fun!

Di said...

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.

Aron said...

Such great images!