Daily Post Photo Challenge: frame #2

Street performer, who has folded herself into a small glass box, Auckland Anniversary Day Festival. Image: Su Leslie, 2015

Street performer, Auckland Anniversary Day Festival. Image: Su Leslie, 2015

Framed by the glass box into which this street performer folded herself.

Posted to the Daily Post Photo Challenge. This week’s theme is frame.

 

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14 thoughts on “Daily Post Photo Challenge: frame #2

    • Yes; I guess right now trying to squeeze into a box wouldn’t do your shoulder any favours. The Big T came home from mountain-biking yesterday with the cuts and bruises from a fall that reminded me of yours. He’s the proud new owner of a go-pro, so we got to relive the moment he flew through the air after his bike caught on a tree-root. I had motion-sickness even before we got to the bit with the fall. Know I’m thinking of you and sending very positive healing thoughts!

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      • You’ve entered the world of Go-Pro hell 🙂
        I’m not so sure I would like to relive the moment!
        Thankfully he wasn’t seriously injured. Mountain biking is even more unforgiving than road cycling.

        Thanks for the positive thoughts. Yesterday I actually got back on my bike outdoors for the first time since the accident. I’m happy to report it was a great ride – no pain, no discomfort, not even a twinge on the section of rough road. Yay! It was a big milestone 🙂

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      • That’s fantastic Joanne. I’m so pleased for you. Not being able to do something that has given you so much pleasure would be torment, so I’m glad you’re … er … back in the saddle (gotta love cliches sometimes). I think you’re right about go-pro hell. Years ago (waay before go-pros) a friend of ours strapped an old-fashioned video camera to his motorbike helmet and took off across the farm. Needless to say, what he got was documentary evidence of a truly horrific crash that left him in hospital for weeks. I’ve seen plenty of footage of the Big T’s injuries but have never really learned not to wince.

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    • It was a couple of years ago, down at the waterfront during Auckland’s Anniversary weekend celebrations. There were street performers all around the place. I watched this one from the UK, and an amazing Spanish guy down at Britomart.

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