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i'm falling, and something's reaching out / vibrations - can you hear them now? / please help us, we're running out of time / my brothers; we're deathly alive / i feel you, above distant lands / we messed up - let's give ourselves a hand / it's over, from | by i wanna wake up kicking and screaming
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i'm falling, and something's reaching out / vibrations - can you hear them now? / please help us, we're running out of time / my brothers; we're deathly alive / i feel you, above distant lands / we messed up - let's give ourselves a hand / it's over, from

("Flight of Apollo" - Angels & Airwaves)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypnOnVwg8sc

^DISCLAIMER: if you choose to listen to this song whilst, before, or after viewing the picture (which i recommend you do for these pics- i think it's pretty cool!) - there IS (so sadly) an F-bomb at the beginning of this song, approx at 1:13. so you maay want to just skip over that. just a fair warning. in the title of this picture, i changed that word to "messed".

 

more of the AVA-inspired shoot! i'm really happy with these; its hard to choose which ones will go up on flickr :)i like this one a lot, but i think next time i do a shot like this i'll angle the camera up more so i can get my feet in - i feel like the lack of feet kind of diminishes the whole weightless, falling theme that goes along with the song and picture. mehh. whatever. i'm still okay with it :) there is, however, something else i wanted to try with the original picture here, so perhaps i'll make a part 2 to this one.

 

P.S. the title's supposed to read: "i'm falling, and something's reaching out / vibrations - can you hear them now? / please help us, we're running out of time / my brothers; we're deathly alive / i feel you, above distant lands / we messed up - let's give ourselves a hand / it's over, from the heavens on down / our footsteps / got us coming around". apparently flickr doesnt allow titles to be that long.

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Taken on October 27, 2010