Made Explore :) Thanks! Actually, it made #1 at some point :>
Handheld shot of a soap bubble borne on the wind. Numerous attempts were involved :)
Lots of interesting information on Wkipedia
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soap_bubbles): A soap bubble is a very
thin film of soap water that forms a sphere with an iridescent
surface. Soap bubbles usually last for only a few moments before
bursting, either on their own or on contact with another object. They
are often used for children's enjoyment, but their usage in artistic
performances shows that they can also be fascinating for adults. Soap
bubbles can help solving complex mathematical problems of space, as
they will always find the smallest surface area between points or
edges, for example. ...
17th century Flemish paintings show children blowing bubbles with clay pipes. This means that bubbles as playthings are at least 400 years old. The London based firm of A. & F. Pears created a famous advertisement campaign for its soaps in 1886 using a painting by Millais of a child playing with bubbles. A Chicago company called Chemtoy began selling bubble solution in the 1940s, and they have captivated children ever since. According to one industry estimate, retailers sell around 200 million bottles annually, perhaps more than any other toy.