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Not through a window but reflections of windows in a bubble. Last weekend we attended the wedding of friends. It was held Friday evening. On Saturday around 25 of their friends were treated to a cruise around Auckland harbour on a luxury launch which belongs to the grooms employer. A young girl on the trip was blowing bubbles and I took photos of them. This one reflects the windows on the top of the launch.
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Dana Gaffney said…
That is a beautiful and amazing picture! Now I want to go blow bubbles and take pictures.
Barbara said…
Oh, what a magical image!
Pat said…
Great photo! I wish I could think of such great ideas for photos.
Barbara said…
Greetings! I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog. It adds considerably to my reading enjoyment. I'm honoring you with the Versatile Blogger award.

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