The Art of Giant Bubbles...
There's something magical about bubbles. Maybe it's because they seem so athereal, both real and unreal. Everyone loves bubbles, for their beauty and colors and lightness. When it comes to giant bubbles, then, in all the colors of the rainbow, who are we to say no?
Welcome to the World of Bubble Sports!
After watching this video, I have to admit, I really want to see some more sports with the players wrapped in bubbles, especially when I need a good laugh. How about hockey? I'd pay to see that. Welcome to the World of Bubble Sports!
Magical! Could this Be the World's Biggest Bubble?
Blowing bubbles is an art form, and it is best left to the experts. One such expert is Melody Yang, who has been blowing bubbles for most of her life, along with the rest of her family! They travel the world blowing beautiful bubbles that fill those around with a sense of wonder and awe.
Magic Time With Magic Bubbles - Terrific!
No matter your age, be it 9 or 90, there is a feeling of magic when it comes to giant and colorful bubbles. A day at the beach, children laughing, and enormous and beautiful bubbles flashing all the colors in rainbow, are a great sight to see and feel.
This Fantastic Bubble Show Will Blow You Away
Using soap bubbles as entertainment goes back to the 17 th century at least, where it was depicted by Flemish artists like Adriaen Hanneman who painted children making and playing with soap bubbles. In the last 400 years, blowing bubbles has become an art-form on its own.
Step Into the Magical World of Nature and Bubbles
The bubbles in the background are what is referred to as bokeh. It's a difficult objective to achieve, though once mastered, it creates colorful impressions. Take a look: Click on images to enlarge 1. The Smell of Purple 2. It's Snowing 3. Diamond Heart [related_articles] 4. Winter Impression 5.
What This Man Does With Bubbles Will Astound You
I don't think I've ever seen bubble blowing like this Taiwanese man can perform. He can blow 15 bubbles within each other and chain up to 30! Feel your jaw drop as you watch this incredible bubble-master. The Bubble Master performance, video, bubbles I've never seen anyone blow bubbles like that.
Emperor Penguins Using Bubble Propulsion!
Scientists have discovered the secret of their speed — bubbles. Emperor Penguins Using Bubble Propulsion!
The Fragile Beauty of Bubbles
Pretty much everyone loves bubbles. Why? Maybe because they give this feeling of being something not quite real, a dream that ends when you touch it, a small illusion that drifts in the wind in beautiful colors, but always disappears, and can never be caught.
Will this Water Bubble Replace Plastic Bottles?
This is an innovative and incredible edible water bubble, known as the Ooho.
I Would Rename This Man The Bubble Whisperer...
A simple yet delightful performance for all ages, as the bubble master Burl creates numerous and beautiful bubbles in the most creative of ways. If there is a bubble expert in this world, we may have found him.
Bubbles, Dogs and Babies Laughing - Adorable!
Then there is the dog that just HAS to eat all the soap bubbles... An adorable and fun combination of innocence that is a delight to watch ! Bubbles, Dogs and Babies Laughing - Adorable! cute, funny, video, dog, baby There's nothing quite like a baby's laughter, so pure and catching.
Crack Open the Bubbly: The Health Benefits of Champagne
Let us raise a glass and toast to bubbly's great health benefits! That's right, this drink is indeed good for you. Studies show that Champagne and other sparkling wines are good for the heart, the skin and plenty more.
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
Bubble gum, despite being seen by some as a bad habit, actually helps us in many ways. People use it to relax, to distract themselves, to avoid gnashing their teeth and for its great flavors. But how is this bizarre "food" prepared, and what is the history behind it? Find out in the video below.
How 'Travel Bubbles' Can Determine Where We Travel in 2020
Thankfully, there is a sliver of hope: "travel bubbles". Many governments around the world are now slowly trying to rejuvenate their tourism economies and travel bubbles might be the way forward for the immediate future.
What You Didn't Know About David, the Bubble Boy
We all remember David, the boy who lived in a bubble in the '70s. Hear his story from a new angle, discover his legacy, and how his story is still saving lives and prompting medical progress today.
Funny: The Survey Threw Up Some Very Interesting Results
"Watching bubbles in the bath," came the reply. He liked the esoteric answer and continued down the hall, until he came to the next door. He asked again, "Sir, what is your name ?" "Jeff." "Sir, would you please tell me your favorite pastime?" "Watching bubbles in a bath," was the answer.
A Star in a Jar - Amazing!
This cavity may take the form of a pre-existing bubble, or may be generated through a process known as cavitation.
These Artists Have Unique Ways of Creating Masterpieces
These are some of the most unique ways I have ever seen someone use paints and other household items like bubble wrap and sink strainers to create masterpieces for people's homes. One artist even specializes in a new form of stunning nail art I've never seen before!
What Does a World Famous Designer Live In?
World famous fashion designer bought this house in 1989, named: "The Bubble Palace". Built by architect Antti Lovag in 1970, the design of this house incorporates smooth and round forms eliminating lines and sharp angles as if to blend with the surroundings.
Important to Know: Is Sparkling Water Good or Bad for You?
Is bubbly water as hydrating as flat? Sparkling water's buzz comes from carbon dioxide. However, contrary to popular belief, the fizziness in sparkling water doesn't prevent your body from absorbing water.
Now That's an Odd Couple! - Amazing!
How does bubbles, a 9000 pound elephant, become best friends with an 80 pound Labrador retriever? Well, they happen to live together in South Carolina's Myrtle Beach Safari. Bubbles was there since 1983, and Bella was abandond there as a pup by a temporary contractor.
5 Items You Should NOT Attempt to Recycle
Bubble Wrap Although many types of plastic can be recycled, the particular kind that bubble wrap is made of is not one of them. The reason bubble wrap is nonrecyclable is that the thin film can tangle up recycling machines.
Need a Smile? Let These Hilarious Animals Bring It Out!
Bubbles! Wait what? Bubbles! What? ... Guess what he asked for his birthday... We've all been there... The most polite fish you'll ever meet: Should they be concerned? That driver looks a little husky... I'm coming with you, right? I wonder how they taught the dog to write...