Simply amazing. From Twisted Sifter- "Visual communication magazine Creative Review commissioned photographer Jason Tozer to shoot a series of soap bubbles to test out the capabilities of a Sony D-SLR. All of the stunning results below were created ‘in-camera’, meaning filters and effects were not applied in post-production.
To achieve the planetary like images, Tozer began by blowing through a straw into a plate of soap solution, turning the camera on what formed on the near-side of the dish. He then used a lens cap wet with solution to achieve a single bubble shape to photograph. Tozer found that as more bubbles were made from the solution, the less colour that appeared on the surface..."