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Uploaded: 09/17/18 6:58 AM GMT
My Way To Say 'Hello' To You
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If I were a couple of years younger, think I had no hesitation to say 'Hello' this way as well to the audience of a SAR (Search And Rescue) event, recently held in Flushing, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

Capturing this scene was risky enough for me now however, ☺ .

A tad manic situation. If you'll agree with me, its a proper entry for Manic Monday, else it's just a common (☺) 'action shot'.

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::Dunstickin
09/17/18 7:36 AM GMT
Could be practicing for a job as 'Santa Claus' when Rudolph is off sick eh!...
Now that does sound 'Manic'! .. don't it!..lol
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.biffobear
09/17/18 8:00 AM GMT
I don't think dangling like that would agre with me...R.
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I wish I was a Glow Worm, a Glow Worm's never glum, 'cause how can you be grumpy, when the sun shines out your bum?
::trixxie17
09/17/18 5:22 PM GMT
No that's not for me either but definitely a good one for MM!
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::tigger3
09/18/18 2:26 AM GMT
Wonderful capture, and looks a bit manic to me. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
::LynEve
09/18/18 12:33 AM GMT
Manic indeed, makes me scared just seeing this.
What brave people the SAR ones are.
A splendid shot Cornelius
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
.bfrank
09/19/18 1:10 AM GMT
The second I saw the thumbnail I just knew this was your image, Cornelius. As always I'm amazed.
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When fear comes to me I will stubbornly choose Faith Instead!!!!
::Nikoneer
09/24/18 10:53 AM GMT
While there's a risk involved, flying through the air with the slightest of suspension is very thrilling. 45 years ago, when I was in the Navy Seabees and 19 years old, I went through a training school for NBC warfare (Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical) in Southern California. One of the activities was learning to tie your own rope sling seat from 1/2" rope, then, with a shipmate hanging on to a 1/4" rope to slow your descent, you would slide through the air to "safety" on a 1" rope, starting from the top of a 5- or 6-story tower and landing at a "water buffalo" (a huge water tanker truck) about 150-175 yards away (the 1" rope was tied to the buffalo's bumper). It was a blast.

-Nik
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.icedancer
09/25/18 4:20 PM GMT
Super action shot and a cool way Manic Monday posting
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