02.03.2021 A Winter’s Wordless Wednesday-Bird in a Bubble Bath

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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25 Responses to 02.03.2021 A Winter’s Wordless Wednesday-Bird in a Bubble Bath

  1. It is all about the eye of the beholder, is it not?

    This is indeed an incredibly powerful visual.

    Shakti

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  2. Ann Mackay says:

    It amazes me to see frozen bubbles – how cold it must have been! Makes a wonderful image. 🙂

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    • It certainly was cold. The bubbles are caused by a few things. In this case we are seeing frozen foam which is often caused by tannic acid that has leached into the water from leaves. At other times the bubbles are gas, often methane, escaping from the rotting materials in the depths of the water.

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      • Ann Mackay says:

        They are spectacular! I don’t think it would get cold enough to see anything like that here. (Could be tempting fate with that comment!)

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  3. Nice! It does look like a bird’s head on top then blends into the body.

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  4. A bubbly picture, and good avian find where there was none.

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  5. Peter Klopp says:

    The bird adds a bit of mystery to the abstract image of the bubble bath. Well done!

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  6. It does look like a bird in a bubble bath, unlikely as the concept is (duck in a bubble bath, possibly) 😉

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  7. krikitarts says:

    Sweeeet–and it’s even clearer when viewed at reduced size.

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  8. shoreacres says:

    I didn’t see its legs until my second or third look. I’m not sure I would have seen a bird without prompting, but I might have. I sure see it now!

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    • Ding ding ding! Steve sees something in an image that missed Linda. That doesn’t happen very often. Matter of fact this is the first time I believe. Although I like Frogend’s penguin, my first vision was of a long-tailed bird although I couldn’t tell you which one.

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  9. Yes … I see it! And, I didn’t realize it had been so long since I checked in. I do have trouble keeping up but I am all caught up with your wonderful work now!

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