Just bubbles

So, still pretty busy and overly preoccupied with stuff . . . Including, bubbles

That’s a photo taken in my kitchen sink.

Most people don’t do anything with their photos before sharing them.

Not me; at the very least, I do something like this . . .

Interestingly, that looks like some sort of alien skull . . . But, that’s not important.

I want to show that I don’t stop there.

So, the initial edit is done using Snapseed. People have their own preferences for phone photo editors (and I have other editors), but Snapseed is hard to beat.

The second (and subsequent) edits are done in Paper Artist.

It used to be free on my Note II, but I had to shell out a few bucks for it on the Note 8.

I like how fast and easy and varied my choices are rendered.

I could do more with a few other apps but this app offers a lot of variety.

Anyway, I just wanted to spend a few minutes unwinding and iI figured I would share said efforts.

That’s it.

This being a post composed on the phone, I don’t have my standard disclaimer so you’ll have to imagine it from scratch and from prior exposure; good luck.

Oh yeah, I almost forgot. . . My 2010 Highlander mileage counter just crossed 90009 miles.

That’s a lot of miles, Bob.

That’s it; this post is done. Again, try to imagine me finishing a post and posting it, and you reading it, and then recalling the disclaimers that aren’t shown below . . . Yes, I could copy them here, but I’m a big believer in people exercising their minds.

About disperser

Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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20 Responses to Just bubbles

  1. I remember doing something like this 40 years ago. I tried to get bubbles in a wine glass that looked like butterfly wings. I think I have one of them somewhere will need to look it out now.

    My VW Golf has just passed 97000 miles!

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  2. oneowner says:

    I like the bubbles! I’ll try some myself. Thanks!

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  3. colonialist says:

    That bubble was remarkably lifelike even before you fiddled!

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  4. OOH! I love bubbles! (Bubble-bubbles, not Bubbles the Dancer!)
    And your bubbles are more beautiful and more artistic than any other bubbles I’ve seen!
    Great photos, Emilio! Fun, too!
    HUGS!!! :-)
    PS…you crack me up!

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  5. AnnMarie says:

    I did tell you many times that you’ve got lots of talent . . . and turning ordinary bubbles into works of art, well . . . that needs creative juices flowing! Neat!!!

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    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Ann.

      It’s juices and the Paper Artist app . . . and being able to poke at the screen of the phone.

      . . . it’s an acquired skill. After years of practice, I’m now able to poke the screen with three of my right hand’s five fingers. I plan on mastering all five before attempting the left hand.

      Eventually, I’ll try the voice-activated features . . . with my stuttering, who knows what amazing results I’ll get!

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  6. 90009 Mile/s = 144855. Kilometre/s

    Between 1981 and 2001 I travelled in excess of 2 million kilometres which translates, 2.000.000 Kilometre/s = 1.242,742miles

    Now that’s a real lot of miles;

    I went through 5 vehicles, the best was a Nissan Pulsar did 480,000 Kilometre/s (almost half a million) = 298,258 Mile/s and never had the head off the motor, best car I ever had.
    Those bubbles look like an escaper from Star Wars

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