03.07.2020 Bubble Burst

I guess there can be a few ways to interpret this, but it looks like a big sac’o’bubbles has burst letting them escape in my mind. Looking forward to reading what it appears to be for you.

Another more personal vision…I had a cortisone shot for my knee yesterday so the bubbles are the discomfort floating away.  🙂

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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35 Responses to 03.07.2020 Bubble Burst

  1. Leya says:

    The lower part looks like the remains of a fish…

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    • I hadn’t thought of a fish at all but can see that now. I was thinking a foot with the toes floating away also. 🙂

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      • Leya says:

        I think I can see that too. Great fun, like looking at the clouds when I was a child.

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      • Funny story about looking at clouds. When I was in my 20’s, not that it’s important, a friend and I were lying in the backyard where the grass was tall waiting for my mother to call us to dinner. He had a thick red beard and once we sat down at the table for the spaghetti my mother had prepared I thought he had let a saucy piece fall into the chin on the beard. Then it started wiggling.. 😀

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      • Leya says:

        Hahaha – I love beards, but…

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      • They are much better without little wigglers. 🙂

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      • The foot with toes came more readily than the fish, but now both are there. The Swedish word for fish, fisk, sent me on a dictionary hunt to see if English ever also uses fisk. The Collins Dictionary says that fisk is a slang verb meaning ‘to refute or criticize (a journalistic article or blog) point by point.’ The word arose from “the use of this technique by Robert Fisk (born 1946), British journalist, to criticize articles.” I also found that fisc is a rare word for ‘a state or royal treasury.’ See what your bubbles started.

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      • I knew that fisk was fish because of a comic series where one episode had to do with that and it being left somewhere to “ripen”.

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  2. Mike Powell says:

    They remind me of frog eggs. 🙂

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  3. shoreacres says:

    I have to confess it — I see frozen bubbles and pine needles. On the other hand, they’re very attractive bubbles and pine needles. Maybe some coffee will sharpen my inner eye!

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    • Linda…countless visions…Steve…1. 🙂

      I honestly do not see the interpretative visual when composing an image. At least not most often. So you see exactly what I saw. Here’s to your imagination getting a nice caffeine jolt and adding back to your perfect score. 😉

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  4. Nice Steve! Another interesting & great ice bubble image!

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  5. Nice! And if I can add my “interpretation”. ..😊… I was thinking, what a nice garden path this would make. like those sidewalk panels, that have round pieces of glass set in them.

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  6. Bubbles rising through a kelp bed underwater.

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  7. Eliza Waters says:

    Interesting how some are hexagonal, a crystalline formation like a honeycomb, rarely seen. Fascinating shot, Steve.

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  8. That kind of looks alien. It certainly has a way of keeping the eye roving over it. You have some great forms there, Steve.

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  9. A sac o’ bubbles, or some rather unusual mosaic. I hope that shot will help!

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  10. bluebrightly says:

    Are you sure you didn’t substitute a shot, I mean an image, of your knee for the ice image?? 😉
    The photo is really lovely, Steve – I like that there are rounded, cool shapes and linear, warm shapes all harmonizing together, as nature does.
    I don’t know if you’ve had to deal with osteoarthritis in addition to whatever else, but it got worse in my rt. knee a few years ago, and my orthopedist gave me shots of Euflexxa, a sodium hyaluronate solution. The knee responded well and after almost 2 yrs it still rarely troubles me like it used to.

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    • That’s funny. The knee idea came during processing. 🙂 This year has been a lot fun with ice abstracts. It may be over although there will be occasional nights below freezing. The ice is now thinner but some things are still happening as I found yesterday.
      No OA that I am aware so far but I do have the natural accumulation that comes with age. If I ever need more than cortisone I’ll try to remember your med. So far the cortisone shots have worked for my shoulder, herniated disk and now knee. I am glad that your knee is no longer causing you much difficulty. Aside from the pain, what bugged me the most was having to take steps down to the basement with firewood one step with both feet at a time. I’ve got my bounce back. 🙂

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      • bluebrightly says:

        Great! Oh, the basement steps! I have not had to deal with those in so many years, being a renter (and I think there just aren’t as many basements in the West). So, a few more ice photos, and then, well, we shall see!

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      • When I was really sick Mary Beth had to haul the firewood down the stairs. She did fine but in small amounts. As I recovered climbing the stairs was one of my main rehab exercises. I was really bumming over it lately…I am not that old!!! I said to myself. Fortunately it turns out that I am not. 😀

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  11. Dave Ply says:

    A couple things come to mind: bubble wrap, and a honeycomb (built by gnomes, no doubt.)
    For what it’s worth, my WordPress access has been acting up lately, it lets me comment but doesn’t let me Like. So if you’re seeing a few less likes, that’s the culprit.

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    • Both offer nice visuals, Dave. Thanks.

      WordPress can be maddening sometimes. For a while I wasn’t seeing post of those bloggers I follow. For some reason a box kept getting checked saying no email notifications. I never checked it and the “happiness engineers” had no idea how it happened. At least now I know where to check. I don’t really like having to scroll through the reader and prefer emails.Hope you get it solved at your end too.

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