I got ‘bubble fever’ after our recent rain showers and learned once again how unpredictable bubbles can be. They often move too fast or burst too quickly for me to photograph them. However, this one on butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) cooperated quite nicely.
Water drops often cling to the tendrils of passion flower (Passiflora incarnata), and it was fun to see that some bubbles also stayed.
This one seems to be sitting on a passion flower tendril. I’m fascinated by the various colors and textures, and curious about what causes them.
All in all, it was magical to watch the bubbles – some floating with the breeze, some landing on nearby objects. None of them lasted very long. They were full of surprises, and brightened my rainy day.