tiny bubbles

it was a warm 82 degrees, after completing my gardening, I treated myself to a beer & look what I saw through the bottle!!!

Previously published on flickr.com

8 Responses so far.

  1. Mim Eisenberg says:

    Oh, this is so much the acorn falling not far from the tree, Neil! I hope you’ll post this on Flickr, too.

  2. Neil says:

    Hi Mim… So far, all of these photos (in the Photography category) are from his flickr stream. I put a link to the original flickr posting below each image.

    I have not yet posted any previously un-posted photos of his. That will be soon… I’m working with my mom on those.

  3. Neil says:

    By the way… I have a print of this image hanging in my office at home. I love it.

  4. Mim Eisenberg says:

    I love it, too. I just added it to my Driven to Abstraction 2 gallery on Flickr. Thanks.

  5. Mim Eisenberg says:

    (Next time I’ll read the caption. I usually do and don’t know why I didn’t.)

  6. dannie says:

    I love this, too. Horst had such a unique and lighthearted way of presenting the world as he saw it. I love that he is still putting a smile on my face!

  7. I so remember this photo! I was thinking today about Horst when I went on Flickr and realized again that he was not there. Horst was gracious enough to buy my photography book…..and now I think we are all wondering if there will be a book of most or all of Horst’s photos….I, for one, would love to purchase it.

    I think of you and your family often. May peace be with you.


  8. julie s. says:

    yes a book would be a great idea! I’d love to have that too.
    thank you for sharing your dad with us Neil.