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Bubble era

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A new bubble era in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park.

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does that dude with the camera really have a cig hangin out of his mouth...?

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sorry kids... your parents busted their bubble but enjoy these.

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cool photo and yes the dude is smoking, classic Asian park scene.

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The bubble and my childhood. Pure nostalgia there.

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This picture and caption makes me want to shed a tear or two.

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Making bubbles our of what? Mind you look at the kids & the magic before their eyes. A good photo, for sure, but there had to be this one parent with a ruddy fag hanging out of his mouth.

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Excellent photo, and better that dude with the camera smokes there than in the restaurant where I'm eating.

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Cool picture!

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This is the closest they will ever get back to the bubble era!

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Children that age are so adorable and a joy to have around. What a shame kids have to grow up into adults.

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YAY! Bubbles!

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...and Okasan is hurrying to the scene with her camera.This is what a koen is for.

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give the bubble maestro a hand!!

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What a lovely photo!

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That is the most amazing shot. The focus on the little boy but u still had the depth of field to render the bubble with a decent texture. Well ok I know but its a brilliant shot. A work of art actually. I love it.

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How can u focus on your subject and yet get backround into so amazing bokek. Is it your lense. I know I could do it it with a d90. I wish I knew how u did this.

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Such a small depth of field. Id love to know the lense and the camera. Amazing shot. This guy/or girl is good.

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I bet d300 nikon

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This photo is some of Vladimir Zakharov's best work... Love ya work Vlad!

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It's great how this snapshot captures this young boy's moment of glee. I probably would have had the same joyous feeling had I been in the park with him - if only for a mere second or two.

I also like how the depth of field focuses on the children and the massive bubbles - great picture Mr. Zakharov.

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@masterkun05

How can u focus on your subject and yet get backround into so amazing bokek

Notice how the kids are sharp and the bubble guy already blurred... this is called post-processing: when opening max wide your lens is not enough -> photoshop

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