This blog records my wanderings, achievements and disasters since retiring in 2011.
What fun! I can never resist them, either. Cool pictures. :-)
I've sat by one for twenty minutes trying to get a good shot of a clump in the sun. Never got one decent shot. I don't have that gene. (uh, patience, I guess)
We love bubbles. And we love the children trying to catch them!Brom and Mara (currently in Austria)
Hello! It does look like fun playing with the bubbles. Great photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Yeh, bubble makers, always a hit, I know I can't resist. The shot of the street with your Capitol building looks a lot like the downtown here.
Oh, who doesn't love bubbles?
Oh what fun and lovely photos too ~ Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
Every now and then, I sit on the porch and create bubbles for my dog to chase. They still fascinate an old lady.
Rather superior to the small plastic bubble pipes of my childhood.
Love those joyful children :)
Ha Ha! My grand kids would love being there!!!
Adorable!What luck coming across that scene, and in the sunshine too.Great photos.
Oh how special. That just made me SMILE. People of ALL ages love bubbles.... That is neat!!!! Thanks for the smile today.Hugs,Betsy
Those are wonderful bubbles! My grandsons would love chasing them.
Not me and not my kids that's for sure!The rock art site has been painted and repainted for at least 40,000 years (!), although most of the images that can be seen today are less than 2000 years old.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Looks like loads of fun. Great captures too.
They do seem like magic -- and bring out the little kid in everybody!
I don't think there's anyone who doesn't love a good bubble or hundred Fun60 😊😊 Super series of shots.
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