Posted on April 10, 2018
This week, Frank has gone with the theme of ‘Breathe’ for his Tuesday Photo Challenge at Dutch Goes The Photo!
That’s not as straightforward as it might seem at first – or at least I didn’t find it so easy. I have plenty of images that portray something or somebody in the act of breathing, but it tends to be a background activity; breathing itself is very rarely the point of the picture.
However, applying a bit of lateral thinking….this is what happens when you (or, in this case, a grandson) breathes on a thin membrane of soap stretched on a hoop.
And since Frank was inspired to produce this prompt by a Pink Floyd song, doesn’t that bubble remind you a little of an early Floyd lightshow? (A: Yes.)
Posted on August 3, 2016
Another open topic this week for the macro challenge hosted by Musin’ with Susan. This is my third contribution and so far I’ve posted a flower and a dragonfly, so perhaps it’s time for something inanimate.
This is the very end of an extremely long soap bubble that my grandson blew last year.
It reminds me of a very early Pink Floyd lightshow (note to younger viewers: trust me on this one – you had to be there).
Posted on October 17, 2015
What could be more ordinary – banal, even – than a bubble? Yet, rather like snowflakes, every bubble is unique and therefore extraordinary.
Posted on October 18, 2014
Posted on September 8, 2013
This week’s Photo Challenge looks for an unusual point of view.
Our grandsons were blowing bubbles in our garden and one of them captured this image of the back of our house. It reminds me vaguely of some seventies prog-rock album cover.