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Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner gets a bubble bath thanks to his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Claire Sardakowski, 4, Jordan Olmstead, 2, and Summer Olmstead, 3, chase bubbles Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013.. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News A bubble bursts in midair on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jay Hiner works with his bubble wands on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner watches bubbles drift after they're made by his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner gets a bubble bath thanks to his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Claire Sardakowski, 4, Jordan Olmstead, 2, and Summer Olmstead, 3, chase bubbles Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013.. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News A bubble bursts in midair on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jay Hiner works with his bubble wands on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner watches bubbles drift after they're made by his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner gets a bubble bath thanks to his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Claire Sardakowski, 4, Jordan Olmstead, 2, and Summer Olmstead, 3, chase bubbles Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013.. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News A bubble bursts in midair on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jenny, a Pomeranian and wire-haired fox terrier mix, watches bubbles approach, courtesy of her owner, Jay Hiner, on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Jay Hiner works with his bubble wands on Thursday, February 28, 2013. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Talon Hiner watches bubbles drift after they're made by his father, Jay Hiner. Jay Hiner took advantage of a very slight breeze to make giant bubbles in a Ship Creek lot near downtown Anchorage. Hiner uses tent poles and rope with a dishwashing soap solution to create the colorful forms. Many visitors who were there to see the Fur Rendezvous snow sculpture display stopped to watch the bubbles drift through the air.
Marc Lester
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