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Great commuter if you live at the top of a cliff and work down below…until 5:00! Torrey Pines Aeroport, CaliforniaNikon D60, Nikkor 55-200, monopodThanks for Looking!
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Great capture, sir!!
Thanks John! Just some vacation fun!
Great shot Bill… Yeah, I think you could always rely on gravity with this beauty although there would not always be wind to assist your flight…
Thanks Keith! There seems to be wind along these cliffs constantly…never been there when it was calm!
Had me guessing where you were..lol..great shot !
I was hanging right next to him…feet firmly planted on terra firma! LOLThanks Mike
Billy! Take Ur meds!! The Trans Am is not Green and there is no Trans Am – keep repeating – there is no spoon – - – Yeh just having U on me brother – bewdy of an image. This is a money shot for sure! BTW – we used to get these things back home alot – so slow moving they were easy to bring down – dang aliens! Must be escaping from Trans-Luna Orbit or somefing – such a pretty shot though ~:0) VivaChas!
Thanks Chas! Must have been the meds…missed the guy completely!
This is on my bucket list. (It may be the last item on the list, but it’s there!!) Beautiful shot, Bill.
Thanks Bryan! I didn’t go up, although they were providing “assisted” rides.
I have hung beneath a parachute being towed around the Bahia de Banderas at Puerto Vallarta, but never just sailed down the mountain under one of these—and it looks like so much fun.
Congratulations!! Superb Work!!
Thank you very much Tammera!
Thank you Pops!
Congratulations on your feature nicely done and presented
Thank you Bonita!
Thank you very much!