Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ w Linky

July 24,2013


Today is a cooler rainy day on the east coast,  and I do mean coast. We live near a large harbour that opens to the Bay of Fundy and then the Atlantic Ocean. We have an expression... "if you don't like the weather,hang around for a few hours and it will change"



Typically, yesterday was totally different and that's a good thing. I was at a birthday celebration and  the young ones were playing with bubbles. I "caught" a couple of shots on our way to the car. Wouldn't it be nice if we could put a bubble around our kids/grand kids?....but that would not be real life.


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  1. Wouldn't that be nice?! Great photo!!

    Tammi
    http://www.myorganizedchaos.net

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  2. I live in FL and the weather here has been crazy (for FL). We are getting storms nearly every day at some point. Rain is normal, but storms are not. I am soooo tired of it. But, as you say, give it an hour or two, and it will change.

    I think we would like to wrap all of our loved ones in a protective bubble, no? Great picture!

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    1. I take some consolation from the fact that the weather is weird....even in Fl. If this keeps up WE will need a protective bubble.LOL!

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  3. Good capture heheh!

    Have a bubbltastic week

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    1. You have a bubbltastic week as well, Steve!!

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  4. Nice shot! I always miss bubbles and end up with a blank photo, ha ha ha!

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    1. My first try with bubbles, Karly,so just beginners luck.LOL

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  5. Love this photo. I've never had any luck capturing bubbles with the camera.

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    1. As I said earlier, just beginners luck, MC.

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  6. Great timing for the shot, nice bubble. My little one loves bubbles...

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    1. Pure luck. The kids were having a blast and I just kept shooting away. Tks for the comment.

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  7. I love this, great photo and the bubble idea is also great!

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    1. It was a last minute thing, Monica, as we were walking to the car....glad I gave it a try.

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  8. I'm in NS :) I love snapping shots of bubbles... they are magical :)

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    1. Then you can certainly appreciate the weather issues, Heather. I thinkk there is something magical about them as well!

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  9. Beautiful picture! And it would be nice sometimes, if only to get a break without having to worry about our little ones! Lol

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    1. Oh,Kathryn, I have so "been there, done that" and can appreciate what you are going through now. Enjoy, however, cause when it's done....it's done, and you have to wait for grand babies!

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  10. What a lovely shot! I love this!

    We were blowing bubbles the other day. Wanted to grab my camera, by my 4 year old told me, "MOMMMMMMMMM! You'll lose the moment if you're not in it" LOL!

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    1. I have been lucky to have been in so many moments, but as a "Nana" I have the luxury of being able to step back a bit!!Thanks for taking the time to comment, Christine.

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  11. Nice pic - now I want to go try photographing bubbles! :)

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    1. Haha... I know what you mean, now I want to try to get a different perspective of them...

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  12. I love taking pictures of my little one playing with bubbles. Such joy!

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    1. Oh, Shayna, you are so right... and it continues with the grand-kids..same joy 'cept you get to walk away!!!LOL!

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  13. Great shot capturing the bubble!! And some days it would have been nice to have them kept inside.
    Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

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    1. You are definitely right, Kathy, it would indeed be comforting!

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  14. Clever to get that shot.

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    1. Thanks, Carla, it was a new attempt.

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  16. I wish this EVERYDAY! What a great capture of a bubble!

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    1. We all enjoy "flights of fancy" every now and then, right, De Balino?!

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  17. What is it about kids and bubbles? Love it!

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. Not sure, Joyce, maybe the light airy and magical quality?!

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    1. Thanks, Sarah, appreciate the comment. You are sweet!

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