And watched how they behaved in autumn early air; how they rushed out without the hesitation that cool weather can produce in their departure; how they lifted quickly and dispersed; how some scooted east and then north; how others drifted lazily south and then west; how the bubble wand took only a dip or two to hold enough solution to result in crowds of bubbles.
Then, facing east as I was, sun direct, I noticed that there were hundreds of tiny bubbles in the midst. I did not know how to capture these in a photo; perhaps they are camera shy. But they were there. An awesome audience for the last day of the month and a splendid sunny fall day.