Pic and a Word Challenge #90: Diminutive


Necklace of bubbles

Specks in existence

Some almost invisible

Others outspoken



Until closer inspection

Gateway of patterns

Sliding into infinity


Patrick’s Challenge

About the image:  Finding a fractal in a cup of coffee.

I took this photo years ago. At that time, I new nothing about cropping or editing. The above is a stylized version of the original below. The bubbles appeared after adding coconut oil to my morning brew and envisioning the possibilities of a shot under bright, morning sunlight.



About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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15 Responses to Pic and a Word Challenge #90: Diminutive

  1. magarisa says:

    I love the way you find profundity in the mundane.


  2. Wow, that’s pretty freakin cool!

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  3. The bubbles have a fractal look: zooming in leaves the general appearance as before, exposing bubbles that had been too small to see. The last stanza is a great way to describe the fractal look in poetry.

    Greater appreciation for mundane miracles like fractal bubbles is partial compensation for the decreases in mobility and stamina as I get older.

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    • Olga says:

      Hello Mellow. Glad you stopped by. I also have a greater appreciation for “mundane miracles” since I started my journey in photography. One never knows when and where the magic will appear. Appreciated your thoughtful comment. ❤

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  4. Vashti Q says:

    Hi Olga! You are so clever and creative. I love it! 😀 xx

    Liked by 1 person

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