I’ve always been fascinated with the determination and focus that bees have. They spend their lives collecting pollen from the flowers in their area…even the ones that are too small to hold their weight!
I’m still not sure which photo I like best. The cropped photo, focusing on the bee or the one with the out-of-focus background. (taken with Asus Zenphone 3 Laser phone)
Pop Art looks out into the world. It doesn’t look like a painting of something, it looks like the thing itself.~ Roy Lichtenstein
Canada Day fireworks taken with my Samsung Gallaxy S3. I used the pop art effect in my photo editor to have fun with the photo 😉
“Art is what you can get away with.”
― Andy Warhol
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A while ago my daughter and I saw a photo of a frozen bubble. Then a few weeks ago when it was really cold we thought we’d experiment. The bubbles didn’t freeze but they did make for interesting photos.
about to pop
resting in the snow
We had to snap the photos quickly because the bubbles didn’t last long on the snow. I used the rapid shot feature on my Samsung Galaxy 3. I was pleased to capture the bubbles at various stages. I love the smoky look just before they pop.
Enthusiasm just creates bubbles; it doesn’t keep them from popping. Adora Svitak
EDIT: I just realized that I’m a week behind. Being under the weather threw me off. This effect is called “magic pen” for this weeks challenge of editing and processing.
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