This month, Renee's photo challenge was to capture an image (one distinct object/animal/element) in mid air/flight ( or even falling), with the image in the foreground of your shot.
You can see Renee's example here.
Here is my example:
I took the photo with my Canon DSLR set to "Close Up" mode. As the bubble was a moving object, I first locked the focus on the bubble blower and then moved it out of shot - hoping that the bubble would get in the shot and stay in focus! Which it did eventually!
This was a really hard challenge - it took many attempts - and it was a two person job! I had to get my Mum to create the bubbles while I took the shots!
But I'm glad I persevered because I think it looks pretty cool! I love how you can see my mum's arm holding up the bubble blower on both sides of the bubble - and how you can really see the oily texture of the bubble!
Thanks for looking!