Blowing bubbles is a fun thing. It has no age limit to enjoy either blowing bubbles or of bursting those blown by others. It is a wonderful pastime for summer vacations and childrenâ€™s parties. But when you come down to basics, there is a child in every one of us adults, who wants to still blow bubbles and watch them rise slowly in a colorful display. The soapy fluid causes the bubbles to have a prism like effect so that they light that passes through the bubbles break into enchanting rainbow colors.
One never grows up, just the toys change. But there are some toys that one never grows out of. Bubble blowing is one of the most enjoyable pastimes, especially during the summer season when families get together during vacations. The iridescent colors seen through the transparent bubbles can be a magical for a small child who is seeing it for the first time. But it also has other effects like relaxing and de-stressing a person. Big or small, a bubble gives pleasure to everyone who is blowing, watching or bursting it.
Hello Mister! Bubbles rise upwards, they donâ€™t come down. So if you are waiting to get a colorful cool blanket of bubbles then you are in for a surprise. Just kidding! The bubbles have stolen the show as usual.
A Persian cat is an aristocratic fussy creature. Someone has dared to spoil its lovely well-groomed fur by blowing bubbles in its direction. It is sitting in silent disapproval while the lovely shining bubbles are taking their time to disappear. It is perfect as desktop wallpaper.
Bubbles are little prisms that break the white light into a fantastic rainbow effect. This picture has captured the bubbles at their true glory in a huge group as if sparkling soldiers were marching in formation towards the skies.
This toddler has probably seen bubbles for the first time. His fascination for the bubbles slowing rising up and an iridescent display is unmistakable. His mouth has opened in amazement and eyes sparkle in enjoyment.
Which law states that bubble blowing is only for children? There is no age bar for this very relaxing, enjoyable and harmless activity. This young lady obviously believes so. Summer vacations can be more fun with bubble blowing.
Blowing bubbles can be a stress reliever. This seemingly aimless activity meant only for children can actually relax a person. This picture is an example of why children have little worries because they know how to de-stress.
Are bubbles colored? Well, this picture does say so. The transparent liquid of the bubbles reflect the different lights at this party creating an array of iridescent beauty. They slowing rising colors will disappear when the bubbles burst.
This little mouse finds these huge bubbles flying past fascinating as well as scary. His still posture tell you that he want to know more about the iridescent â€œcreaturesâ€ flying by but is not sure how dangerous they might be!
This wonderful dog is very curious about this bubble. It is probably odorless and this is an enigma for a dog. His expression seems to say â€“ how am I going to identify what this is if it doesnâ€™t have a distinct smell? As a photo, it is vibrantly alive.
One bubble connected to another can take a strange shape sometimes. These look like a jar just created by a potter. The cool waters of the lake can be seen through the transparent bubbles as if they were part of the lake.
This is a charming photo. The little girl is so immersed in getting the perfect bubble of her choice that she is unaware of how lovely the present ones look around her. She looks like a little princess out of a fairytale.
This little girl is following the bubble to see at what point it will burst. Bubble blowing is an activity that gives a lot of pleasure when you are blowing the bubbles, when you are watching them in their iridescent splendor and when you see them burst too.
This is a charming picture. The little girl is engrossed in trying to create bigger and bigger bubbles just for the sheer fun of it. Summer holidays and bubbles somehow seem like synonyms, donâ€™t they?
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