Images of kids blowing bubbles have been done so many times before and are somewhat cliche so I’ve never bothered to shoot any. In any case, I happen to come across these kids playing so the situation wasn’t pre-arranged. Unfortunately, even though I took quite a few frames I didn’t get a “killer” shot from any of them. The angles didn’t play out too well and the bubbles didn’t pop out of the image. Too bad. I guess the last image might be the best of the bunch. What do you think?
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