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I took this image for a Challenge. It seemed easy enough….so I thought. lol Just fill a glass with cold water…plunge a flower into it….and catch the bubbles. :)) You should try it. It really was fun….but not as easy as it sounds. In this particular image, one of the bubbles was out near the bottom catching a reflection of the glass bottom and the other bubble was still on it’s way out.
Taken on the railing of my deck in my yard in Amherst, Virginia with my Canon Powershot SX110 IS….set on macro…..and cropped in just a little.

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Comments

  • Nori Bucci
    Nori Bucciabout 4 years ago

    This is very beautiful, Ginny! And, it does sound like something fun to try :)
    Great work as always, Ginny!

  • Thanks so much Nori! I’m glad you like it. will you try it? :))

    – Ginny York

  • jujubean
    jujubeanabout 4 years ago

    thats awesome ginny!!!

  • Thanks JuJu! You should try one. :))

    – Ginny York

  • deegarra
    deegarraabout 4 years ago

    wow Ginny very cool.. i’ts a very interesting how you did this,, beautiful

  • Thanks so much Dee! The idea was from a challenge. It’s not as easy as it looks. lol

    – Ginny York

  • Detlef Becher
    Detlef Becherabout 4 years ago

    Beautifully done Ginny, good luck in the challenge!

  • Thanks Detlef! Are you entering the challenge? I’m sure you have a glass….some water …and a flower! :)) :))

    – Ginny York

  • Nori Bucci
    Nori Bucciabout 4 years ago

    Yes Ginny….I think I will try it, but I don’t think my results will be as good as yours! :)) This really came out beautiful my friend!

  • LOL You’re too silly Nori! It took me a whole bunch of tries! You will probably get it on the first one! :))

    – Ginny York

  • MarianaEwa
    MarianaEwaabout 4 years ago

    Fantastic shot Ginny. Very creative. The flower looks like a diving clock. You know that one divers use to have some air.

  • Thanks Mariana!! I never thought of it like that! Great perspective! :))

    – Ginny York

  • tori yule
    tori yuleabout 4 years ago

    excellent capture, congratulations on your feature!

  • Thanks so much Tori! I’m glad you like it enough to add it to your favorites! So sweet!

    – Ginny York

  • diafol-dee
    diafol-deeabout 4 years ago

    This is fab! Great photo x

  • Thanks so much Dee! I don’t know how I missed this comment! I’m glad you like it. It was quite the challenge. lol

    – Ginny York

  • EverChanging1
    EverChanging1about 4 years ago

    Fantastic capture Ginny….Congrats on winning the challenge :-))
    I agree with you, not as easy as it looks and took me a heap of tries too Lol

  • Thanks so much! I think we should have had a tie. :)) You got alot more bubbles in yours than I did. My daffodil would only let out 1 or 2 huge bubbles at a time. They got trapped in the center… and so I put the camera on macro…held down the button half way….put the flower in with my left hand…plunged it in…and then tipped the daffodil just a little and tried to catch the bubbles as they got out. Hahahaha I did get one with a big bubble on it’s way up…..but the picture was a little blurry. Congrats to you for trying the shot and getting so many bubbles!!

    – Ginny York

  • MaeBelle
    MaeBelleabout 4 years ago

    Ginny, this is AWESOME! where did you get the idea to do it? sure made a great macro shot,:o)) God bless,Mae

  • Thanks so much Mae! It was for a challenge in The World As We See It, or as we missed it Group!

    – Ginny York

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