Light Interference on a Soap Bubble by Lesley Williamson The phenomenon of light reflecting off a soap bubble is rarely observed. The iridescent colours are caused by interfering light waves, some of which reflect off the outer surface. I used a macro lens in order to capture this in detail. No adjustments were made to colour or saturation in Photoshop, only a simple square crop!
Bubble Painting Envelopes = 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup, then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!
In a bowl, add 2 Tbsp of dish soap and 1/4 cup of water. Add food coloring or Colorations Liquid WatercolorsRainbow Soap Foam Bubbles Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids (we used Liquid Watercolors here) to the mix if desired. Mix on the highest possible setting for 1-2 minutes. Your foam should be able to form stiff peaks that hold their shape. Scoop it out into your container and repeat as necessary until you have the desired amount of foam!