it's natural to be unafraid

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tomms, Grey van der Meer, ~EvidencE~, and 116 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. PAL1970 60 months ago | reply

    An Outstanding shot my friend... excellent job!

  2. kk7k 60 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called MY FLICKR FAV's , and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. bd10545 60 months ago | reply

    Wow, this really makes me nervous just looking at it, good job!

  4. Erin Katz 60 months ago | reply

    I loove this! Where's it taken?

  5. jentse 60 months ago | reply

    Thanks Erin, it's looking down the side of a high rise in downtown Toronto.

    So many comments, wow! Thanks everyone!

  6. Manuel Barroso Parejo 60 months ago | reply

    congrats, great shot!

  7. davidsart [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

    it's just as natural to be afraid. height is the scariest thing, and yet it made the most amazing photograph. great job.

    [ via flickriver explore  --davidsart ]

  8. chardeenly 60 months ago | reply

    amazing reflection!
    congrats on explore!

  9. ~EvidencE~ 60 months ago | reply

    looks like the ants went marching to front page...
    congrats 2 u

  10. Arjan Almekinders 60 months ago | reply

    Cool downwards shot! I like it!

  11. DdotG 60 months ago | reply

    That's brave!

  12. VinothChandar 60 months ago | reply

    great angle.. super shot!

  13. artland 60 months ago | reply

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

  14. AV.372 60 months ago | reply

    nice perspective!

  15. yikenman 60 months ago | reply

    I'm shocked

  16. mark vincent 60 months ago | reply

    streetscape, landscape, isometric and perspective all rolled into one

  17. zyxsingapore 60 months ago | reply

    Great Shot!


    We'd love to have your photo added to the group
    *Flickr's Best - SERIOUS Photographers*

  18. zsnajorrah 30 months ago | reply

    This. Is awesome. You fearless girl, you. Awesome! I would so like to do this, but I'm afraid I won't dare it.

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