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‘Tis the season to revel in photographic (and/or photogenic) disasters.

I was trying to take a picture of the little dog and the backpack on the street. A man was close by, doing giant soap bubbles and playing with kids,  and this was the result.

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Journalist. In my fifties. I've worked for 26 years in a newspaper in Spain. I worked for two years as a stringer and correspondent in the US, and went as a special envoy to other places like the Balkans. Sea lover. Avid reader. Classic Music enthusiast.

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  1. Pingback: WPC: Oops (Closed) | Chris Breebaart Photography / What's (in) the picture?

  2. Isn’t amazing and phenomenal how things that happen by mistake tend to be the best mistake that we make? I find that when I discovered my love of writing and that I wanted to be a writer, it was discovered by mistake and since then, all my drafts, all my breakthroughs had been by mistakes. As someone once said, “experienced” is just another word for “making lots of mistakes”.

    I have not seen your other photos, but I can say that this photo was not a disaster, and may have in fact been your best work so far.

    I love the bubbles. I don’t see bubbles in real life like this, but this really is what they look like don’t they?

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    • Yes, they are. Thank you for the compliment. You’re right in what you say. I wish you the best of luck with your writings

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