Got to do this next time we're at the beach. :)
Willi Ruge, a photojournalist who specialized in images of aircraft, took this photograph during a seven-minute parachute jump from an airplane over Berlin. Although his friends tried to dissuade him, Ruge risked his life to produce this vertiginous view, which was published in the Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung.
simply spectacular. Willi Ruge - from Parachuting series, 1931
No words necessary...I LOVE this picture!
Your society is not going to be happy to hear this: How do you control a person who is aware? He doesn’t need you; he’s not threatened by your criticism; he doesn’t care what you think or what you say about him. He’s cut all those strings; he’s not a puppet any longer. It’s terrifying. “So we’ve got to get rid of him. He tells the truth; he has become fearless; he has stopped being human.” Human! Behold! A human being at last! He broke out of his slavery, broke out of their prison. #demello
Autumn in Seven Bridges, Grant Park, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Anthropologie Window display. Paper Beehive Chandelier