Finding the story – Chris Breebaart Photography
The challenge this week is ‘off-season’. A street scene in London on the embankment. Soap bubbles never are out of season!
England, London – April 2015
Shot with Nikon D7000, edited using Snapseed and Marksta. Click the picture for a larger version,
I so enjoy your B&W shots, but this color photo is wonderful!
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Thank you very much! Happy you enjoy mono and color!
Chris, I love the joy in this photo. 🙂 Not long until le Tour!! Will you be in Utrecht for the opening stage? I’m watching the Dauphine on TV and loving it.
Hi Janet, I will watch on tv. I have been at the Tour and love to be able to see the most of it. Just a few weeks! Will be exciting this year
Today’s stage of the Dauphine was particularly good as Froome pulled away from van Garderen at the end, although van Garderen is in the lead going into the last day. Nibali fell off the map after an excellent ride yesterday, so tomorrow’s last stage should be quite something. Tonight it’s back to hockey, as our Chicago Blackhawks try to pull ahead in the series.
I will follow tomorrow, good Froome is gettng back to shape, Van Garderen in my humble opinion is ‘too light’ to win the Tour. Hope the blackhawks do well
Hi Chris. I like the change of pace with the color shot. You really captured the fun and playfulness of that moment.
Fun photo … I always enjoyed playing bubbles with my kids. 😊
Great clarity in this shot. You certainly captured a very happy shot here – everyone looks like they are having so much fun playing with bubbles! Love it when the bubbles come out big, it’s always a challenge to make a bigger one each time 🙂
thank you mabel, it was indeed a joyful place to see them enjoy it so much!
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