pdpa textures used – Blue Depths, vellum
Linking to Photo Art Friday
I’m fascinated…..and I’m curious as to the source of the bubbles! Great choice of textures, too.
beautiful – wonderful composition and colours
Very pretty. These bubbles are magical.
Lovely water drops. Great image.
Fabulous! do tell how you made the bubbles.
the texture freezes that liquid moment so well
What an incredible photograph! Made my day…
This is amazing!! WOW!! I love how you’ve managed to capture the bubbles!! Such wonderful work!! Brava!!
p.s. thank you too for your nice comment on my birthday card for my son. I just came home from walking Gracie and he called and said he was coming down to Florida next week and was going to come see me on Tuesday. such an unexpected lovely surprise!!
made me think of seven up or sprite. 🙂
Pat, this is very interesting! Can almost hear the water.
Nice image, Pat! How did you do it? 🙂
Nice texture! It’s very cool. Just fits for Photo Art Friday.
The colours drew me in but I love the bubbles. Valerie
Lucious , lovely liquid!!! Thank you for sharing this beautiful image with Photo Art Friday, Pat.
nice work! 🙂
What a fabulous shot! It looks like the ocean floor.
Oh, I just love this!
you make capturing water’s movement look easy – for me not so much!
this is great!
nice work Pat!
You have created a little bubble wonderland I think:)
This is wonderful Pat, and I love the texture you used for it.
bubbles bubbles and more bubbles!
Great capture, I know how this can be difficult, great shot.
Creative, – well done!
Makes me wonder where all the bubbles come from.
This is lovely…your processing gives it even more of an abstract feel. It could be a painting on the wall!
Fantastic work, Pat! And I agree with Sherri,- it could absolutely be a painting on the wall!
Super cool! Love the bubbles and the texture works beautifully with your photo.
So much to love about this picture: the texture, colours, movement, realism combined with abstraction. And I just find it really refreshing…as if I can drink the water, or dive into it and be tickled by those bubbles. Hmmm…I’m getting thirsty…
That is a really great image and processing! It is really a great shot when enlarged. So very nice to meet another NSB lover. Thanks for visiting my place.
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