This Bubble Artist Dazzles The Crowd With Massive Floating Bubbles
Transparent blobs of magic flying through the air, shimmering with all the colors of the rainbow. What are they? Well, of course, everyone knows the answer - soap bubbles. They never fail to entertain and attracts both children and adults, regardless the person's age or background. Producing soap bubbles and raising this practice on the level of art is known since ancient times. For example, during the excavations of the famous city of Pompeii, frescoes depicting children blowing soap bubbles were found. No less popular is this sort of entertainment today, despite the hi-tech gadget flood. Give the child a pipe and soap solution in hand and you are provided with at least 20 minutes of peace and quiet.
Who among us in his childhood did not transform bottles of shampoo and tons of soap to just to make the soap bubbles fly? Did you succeed? Not anyone can brag about their bubblist skills. Bubbles do appear when blowing into the foamy liquid but either burst at once, without having had the time to tear themselves away from the tip of the tube, or still come off, but fail to fly away and fall down and burst.
The bubble artist in the video does not face the same problem. Just the opposite actually: Gary B. delights everyone in attendance at the English Bay in Vancouver, as he creates huge bubbles that beautifully drift in the wind. Have you ever seen bubbles that big before? Doubt it!