Friday, September 15, 2006

Soap Bubbles and Bramble Berry



Thanks to seeing my photograph "Soap Bubbles" on Flickr, the folks at Brambleberry.Com asked to use the image for their Liquid Soap Bases section. Up top is a shot of their website on my computer screen. A close-up is at the bottom. More detail is in the large view (click on the magnifying glass) -- or go directly to Brambleberry.Com.

From their website: "Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies offers an extensive selection of soapmaking products for everyone from the weekend hobbyist up to high-volume professional soapers. Our entire line of soap making supplies is hand-picked for quality and value and fragrance oils are tested in both cold process and melt and pour recipes before they receive a Bramble Berry label."

Needless to say, I'm thrilled they liked the shot!

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3 Comments:

Anonymous colleen said...

Why is it brown? I would have expected it to be grey. That's cool that the photo has rippled out.

10:58 PM  
Blogger Brenda said...

Wonderful in a bubbly way! :) Congrats!

9:12 PM  
Blogger e_journeys said...

Thanks! The water actually looked more red because it was in a red bucket and picked up some of that color. I slightly altered the shot to give it a more brown appearance. "Grey water" is a general term for water that's been used for cleaning purposes: i.e., non-potable, but recyclable in other ways.

9:38 PM  

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