I’m participating in the onlineadventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Look Up, so venture into nature and point your lens above you!
Have you ever wondered what life would look like upside down? Well, a friend of mine recently experienced this feeling. This is what happens when you do a Tyrolian Traverse, then letting go and trusting your equipment. He’s a lot braver than I am, but we had fun that day!
I’m reminded of a song:
“Up, Up and away, my beautiful balloon…”
Imagine the solitude in one of these! It must be breathtaking from up there!
Here’s a “Bad Moon Rising”
And the moon coming up over the Eagle’s Crags in Zion National Park, Utah.
Here is the beautiful California Condor in flight, the largest bird of prey in North America.
Last but not least, the magnificent Peregrin Falcon.
Wow, lots of ups! Love the shot with the balloon reflections!
Thanks! It’s been my favorite for years.
Where was that balloon photo taken? It’s spectacular.
It was taken at a ballon festival in Snowmass, Colorado.
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