It's all too much.

Gordon went a little... well he started climbing trees.

  • Anna Munandar 11y

    this is great!
  • João Paglione PRO 11y

    Haha, I feel like doing this right now!
  • João Paglione PRO 11y

    By the way, the green is so gregarious and the framing extraordinary!
  • Jeramey Jannene PRO 11y

    That's just a crazy shot, hope to see more like it.
  • Sam Scholes PRO 11y

  • Graham Reznick 11y

    Thanks for you comments! I'm sure there's plenty more crazy shots with Gordon around... plus, if anyone's interested in astrophotography, check out some of Gordon's stuff; he's excellent.
  • traveller_sam 11y

    Great photo!

    Caterina, thank you for this link!
  • Aaron Booth 11y

    "the green is so gregarious" my god.
    Nice photo though.
  • Garrett Wilkin 11y

    Yea yea! Damn I love pictures like this. Awesome pose and expression man
  • Zoey 11y

    haha definitely deserves the blog entry
  • Rolando Garza 11y

    /went bananas?

  • Le'3z 10y

    thats fun!!!
  • Nintoto 10y

    Ha hah, this is great, he looks like the monkeys at the zoo that are about to mate. His expression supports this. ;-)
  • lysdexia 10y

    666th view, wooo!

    Edit: Argh, for the failure pool, the counter went from 665 to 667 when I submitted that comment.
  • Graham Reznick 10y

    Hahah awesome; close enough! I've been wondering if someone would actually tag that hit. Good show!
  • raz hoe 10y

    classic shot, luv it
  • Angel 10y

    funny and cool
  • Jill Renee Photography 9y

    I love how his toes are grasping onto the tree.
  • I_Can_See_You 9y

    An Academic Reproduction of a Classic

    "It's all too much: Gamma"
  • i n i m i n i 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Nature Nerds, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
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