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Old 02-11-2019   #1
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Having some fun playing around with bubbles


Swirling rainbow




This one reminds me so much of the Northern Lights we sometimes get to see



Like another planet

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Awesome. Do you use a fish tank for all these projects you do? Last shot with the "moons" is the top one for me.
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Love them all Bev - and keep telling myself "I must have a go at this"!
That last one is really special!
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Wonderfully creative shots Bev
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Awesome. Do you use a fish tank for all these projects you do? Last shot with the "moons" is the top one for me.
Thanks Gregw glad you like them, no done with glass
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Love them all Bev - and keep telling myself "I must have a go at this"!
That last one is really special!
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Wonderfully creative shots Bev
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Thanks. I was thinking you used the same rig that you were dropping the oranges in.
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Marvellous shots Bev
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Very creative shots Bev.
Last one is my favorite too,
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Very nice, very imaginative.
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Thanks. I was thinking you used the same rig that you were dropping the oranges in.
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Marvellous shots Bev
Thanks Gautam for the comment and K
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Very creative shots Bev.
Last one is my favorite too,
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Very nice, very imaginative.
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