A Light in the Night

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    Another night portrait from Moab, UT. Don't know if I set this up and took it, or if Pierce Martin did. Regardless, behold...me in the flesh, with the flint.

    Speaking of wonderful old me, here are a few things I learned about myself the other day as my friends were trying to force me to buy more clothing.
    I happen to own more pairs of skis than pairs of pants. The same goes for guns and again for knives. And I own more pieces of technical outerwear than shorts and pants combined, and I have kept most shorts since middle school. I call it a Colorado wardrobe!

    I have invested more in kites in the past 8 months than I have in my 401K and brokerage account (and I think I've done a pretty good job contributing to both).

    When I load up my truck for a weekend of fun, the value of all the crap in the back and strapped to the top far outweigh the cost of the truck itself.

    When my parents watched 127 hours and distraughtly asked me what I learned fromthe movie I answered that I should never under any circumstance carry dull knives. Dont worry, I wouldn't anyways.

    Isabella Pirastu, ktLaurel, mattgist, and 48 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Nanagyei 39 months ago | reply

      Cool night shot.

    2. GSPG 39 months ago | reply

      Great lighting!

    3. h.izzle 39 months ago | reply

      wicked!! nice one dude!

    4. ❝ĞɛԼøՍɠαʝӐỄԂ❞... 39 months ago | reply

      So this is the man that is making all the stars? A wonderful capture! Great shot!

      Happy new Year 2012!!!

    5. wishiwsthr 39 months ago | reply

      You seem well suited to your lifestyle; at least well equipped; great shot

    6. JoLoLog 39 months ago | reply

      This is unique... fantastic capture!


    7. joe defao 39 months ago | reply

      That's a very cool shot. Sounds like you and I like the same type fun!

    8. Aspenbreeze 39 months ago | reply

      WHOA!!!!!!!!! How cool is this! Just beautiful and so well done

    9. Rambynas 39 months ago | reply

      This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Award!

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    10. Falstaf 39 months ago | reply

      Bravo maestro! This photograph goes beyond it `s metaphysical or escatological ,it´s almost religious .I think it`s great ,love this kind of iceberg-type photos;moreover the process and the edition are great.

    11. H0PKINS 39 months ago | reply

      Cool shot!

    12. Sportracephoto 39 months ago | reply

      BRILLIANT... thanks for sharing this

    13. Keig Cunningham 39 months ago | reply

      This is fantastic! My moto has always been "Playing for a living"!

    14. Zach Dischner 39 months ago | reply

      "Playing for a living"j-YES!!! That is perfect

    15. lmelcon 39 months ago | reply

      Nitidez perfecta del modelo y perfección de contraste en el fondo. Genial.

    16. @!ex 39 months ago | reply

      really rad, really.

    17. TheEpicEngine 35 months ago | reply

      Great shot and thanks for offering it as creative commons. It has been featured on the adventure lifestyle blog TheEpicEngine.com

    18. ShareThisQuote 33 months ago | reply

      I added an inspirational quote from Og Mandino to this photo, i hope you are ok with that. Below the image in ShareThisQuote.com, there is a link to this page. Thanks for sharing such a marvelous pic.

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