Saturday, April 21, 2012

bubbles...

I was cleaning out the hummingbird feeder and when rinsing it out, the bubbles just clung to each other from one end of the bottle to the other...some beautiful formations. It reminded me of the honeycombs created by bees...perfect hexagonal cells...a family of bubbles. I tried to capture it on video. Kind of fuzzy when you watch it full screen but you get the idea.

video


bubbles in a jar
The bubbles are oh so fragile...like lace....like life.

Grace got me thinking about videos when talking about her beautiful goats. Check them out here.

14 comments:

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

their faceted side capture the light as well. sorry, but i heard "tiny bubbles" in my head too! ha. nice "paperless" piece work

Rachel said...

Bubbles are endlessly fascinating, aren't they!

Ms. said...

That was enlightening---lightness and subtle color of them--and your thought to video them for others to see was a great impulse. I can never get enough of looking at Grace's 'kids'...keep returning to that post, it so warms my soft heart.

Deb G said...

Bubbles are always so much fun, and meant to be shared.

Lynda Howells said...

thank you for showing me us this...it is beautiful.x lynda

Nancy said...

I love that you added a video! The bubbles are beautiful. Almost without fail, bubbles would help calm our cranky babies.

Yvonne said...

I was hoping to hear your voice! Bubbles - beautiful and ephemeral. I've done a video or two on my blog, but currently, my computer is so full of photos any video I take can't download!

handstories said...

what a cool thing to notice!
there were people with bubble blowing gizmos at the fair yesterday, we got to walk through bubbles over & over.

jude said...

well that was a trip!

karen said...

bubbles......I adore them. The video is a brilliant idea.

woman with wings said...

That was so cool, I would've never dreamt liquid bubbles/water could make hexagons and other delicacies. Fun post!

ersi marina said...

It's a bubble installation! Talking about the beauty of ephemera... How wonderful that you noticed!

shirley said...

I have always been fascinated by bubbles I love the rainbow colours they get.

yvette said...

bubble travelling

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