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Sunday, 25 April 2010

Soap Bubbles



Some things in life aren't as easy as they might seem, 
even if you think you've got the right recepy.











Well, at last...!

The pictures are from a Public Laundry Day in our town centre yesterday, organized by the Textile Museum to show how things were done "in the good old days". There are also a couple of photos from this event at my Picture Book blog today. More will be coming up in the next few days.

I remember playing with soap bubbles as a child...
Found the photo below in my old album, of me and my cousin.
I about 8, he going on 2.

5 comments:

Sandra said...

you were soooo cute. I loved and still do love blowing bubbles. I volunteer at a nursing home and they residents love blowing bubbles and watching us blow them. I really like the photo of the lady blowing bubbles where she is clear and the rest is blurred. great shot.

martine said...

Small children will always love bubbles ... what am I saying we all can't help loving bubbles.
thanks for sharing
martine

Ginny said...

Public Laundry Day? We have a saying here "Don't Air Your Dirty Laundry", meaning not to tell family secrects. Have you heard it? This makes me think of that. This looks so offbeat, something I would love to attend. Great shots, and what a wonderfully charming pic of you and your little cousin! I'll hop on over to your other blog now.

DawnTreader said...

Yes Ginny, we have the same saying, with the same meaning - about washing or airing dirty laundry in public - and I had it in mind. Language makes the allusion to that saying less strong in Swedish; but I still find it the best translation into English (and adds an extra dimension).

Dan Felstead said...

Dawn Treader I really like the soft focus on three of your pictures. And the one of you is priceless!

Dan

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