I like this kind of "in-motion" pictures, you did a fantastic job!God bless you!Cezar
Lets face it, those kids are having LOTS of fun!! :) Brings back memories of my childhood too.
It is interesting to note that we often witness such high risk recreational activity in places of relative poverty...
I love this; a spectacular photograph. I like to dive, but I'm not sure I'd be up to diving from that site!
Reminds me of my friends and I when we were teenagers....Barb
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Ciao JM, these people are really good at diving
cool shot jm. i like the ones at the top waiting their turn~laura
Perfect timing for a classic image.We really regretted that when we went on a tour of Tanzania we did not add on some time to go out to Zanzibar at the end, but we had to get back to work.I was interested in your comment about our photo of Ngongoro Crater on our Viva la Voyage website today. We had clouds there every day. The drifted around the crater, revealing parts of the crater. It was like looking through a window from the lodge above. It was a magical atmosphere. We were there in February, and everything was very green.
cool photo of everyday life with active boys
nice timing and observation.
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