HNT – Climb

He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.

~Friedrich Nietzsche
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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Osbasso says:

    I love all the driftwood! You make it look pretty good!

  2. Just me... says:

    And now, to fly…..

    Gorgeous photo, as always…

  3. Cheeky Minx says:

    A truly breathtaking shot…

  4. Beautiful, creative and daring. HHNT!

  5. KaziGrrl says:

    Very creative! becoming one with the wood 🙂

    HHNT!

    ~Kazi xxx

  6. Striking! A sensational picture.

  7. Joker_SATX says:

    Would you be terrible offended if I told you, that you made my bucket list?

  8. Loving these beach pictures your posting.

  9. That is an amazing shot, I agree with Fat Controller, it’s striking!

  10. boneman says:

    nietzsche was an idiot.
    Some birds do exactly that. They nudge their progeny off the nest.
    Those that survive become the next generation.

    (or was that dragons from some fiction I read a thousand years ago?)

    I suppose most missed this…
    You’re not impressing me.
    (yeah…THAT’S important…)(not)

    You’re just drifting around.

    You’re waiting for high tide to take you on an adventure.

    You’re thinking if your lover had THIS much wood, you wouldn’t even NEED ropes.

    Actually the driftwood is exercising by lifting you up, a repetition counting at every lift, and you’re too light to help it out much.

    You’re wishing you had braided your hair so it wouldn’t get caught in the splits (no pun intended)(bullshit. I’ll start and end in a pun if i can!)

    What IS impressive is having your own beach to dance around naked on.
    I AM SO jealous!

    Enjoy your dancing, girl!
    I know we all do.

    d=^))

  11. wow wow and wow! Love this shot… you look amazing!

    xxx
    Sophia

  12. So cool! This is such a great shot. I love it.
    Sorry I’m late to see it.
    Happy belated. 🙂

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