Archive for February, 2011

February 28, 2011

Mailart 28 febr 2011

bubble, Carla Clevers, the Netherlands
Bubble by Carla Clevers, the Netherlands

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February 25, 2011

Mailart 25 febr 2011

Guido Capuano, Italy
Guido Capuano, Italy (Watch it with 3D glasses!)

February 22, 2011

Bubbles from Herentals, Belgium

Bubbels from Herntals, Belgium
In the woods stands a high wooden tower made of tropical wood. The vertical bars are in one piece.
During the summer you can climb to the top of  the “tourist tower”  and there you can get a panoramic view.
The tower is high above the trees, and in clear weather you can even see the church tower of Antwerp, though just about 35 km away.
It is the highest point of the Kempen.
Below the tower are the pape cellars. There’s a legend attached to it. It’s about Fathers who listened to the devil and were having conspiracies in the basements.
The tower is well known in the Kempen, so I thought it was a nice location.
I had a lot to do to catch the bubbles on the photograph. Fortunately there were walkers who helped me.

Keeping an eye on the dog, blow bubbles, take pictures while the wind from all sides seems to come …

Marjan Van Ingelghem

February 14, 2011

mailart 14 febr 2011


Michel DELLA VEDOVA, France

February 13, 2011

Spring is in the air!


Bubbels and bricks outside plus we did an experiment on the kitchentable with bubbles and flowers and noticed the effect of  bubble solution tumbling on to the floor….

February 11, 2011

Terschelling


Last weekend on the island of Terschelling

February 11, 2011

Soap Bubble Blowers of the world:

Today I started the first blog of the International Blowing Bubbles Day.
The whole thing started in December last year (2010) when the first pictures were taken in the snow. I remembered Puk mentioning a Blowing Bubbles festival one or two years ago and I wondered how wonderful it could be when the whole world at the same time could be enjoying and sharing the wonderful magic, beauty and fun of soap bubbles floating in the air? What kind of feeling is then experienced?
People blow bubbles for remembrance, for fun or to experiment with water, soap and sizes. It is cheap, ageless and easy to do.