Orb – There & Here

Bubble - High Level, Alberta 1

Bubble – High Level, Alberta 1

Bubble - High Level, Alberta 2

Bubble – High Level, Alberta 2

Bubble - High Level, Alberta 3

Bubble – High Level, Alberta 3

Bubble - High Level, Alberta 3

Bubble – High Level, Alberta 3

Bubble - High Level, Alberta 5

Bubble – High Level, Alberta 5

A first, an orb floating on the air of a summer’s day – a large soap bubble blown by the wind, there and here before popping or being popped.

Listening to – the Candid Photo with Ibarionex Parello.

Quote to Inspire – “Consider this your permission to indulge that inner anarchist. Stop following the path you ought to take; follow instead the one you long to take.” ― David duChemin, VisionMongers: Making a Life and a Living in Photography

  2 comments for “Orb – There & Here

  1. September 1, 2013 at 12:50 PM

    A fun shoot I’m sure.

    Jim

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