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This is very similar to my last post but I think this is my favorite shot from that day.

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Model: Latin Snake

 

Taken By: Aisha-uae

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Edited By :انك InKsteweR

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I was asked to lead a photography workshop and walking tour of Detroit for the AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students), as part of their midwest conference this weekend. It was a great experience, and was it was nice to be able to talk a little more about my work and share some of my photography knowledge. One of the students had some sweet parkour skills, which made for some cool shots

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taken by my bro modeling me =D

I found these youngsters frolicking a few steps from where I live. Needless to say I was promptly taking some 35mm shots...

Traceur: Terry Lamb

 

Strobist: 1 Ezybox with 430ex on each side, 1/2 power

parkour

Luis Socha

Nobsa Boyacá

Suddenly a boy parkoured in front of me.

iPhone 4 capture, iPad edits

Parkour action / team ASHIGARU from Darmstadt

London Embankment. Taking pictures of teenagers doing parkour.

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this is how I walk :)

 

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o michelteosin fez essa foto.

num dia que servi de cobaia para experiencias fotograficas dele.

Saltadores de Parkour en Barcelona

The art and practice of Parkour, Melbourne

Parkour . Liverpool

Frank Somdee and

Callum Mike Mo Smith. on the left with an injury

Check this video out my friend. Let me know what you think

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My friend flag poling last night when we climbed a fence and got on top of a parking Garage! Shot on my canon t3i!

Leap from the concrete bollard to the window impression version

Model: manu

Make-up: manu

Photography and process: Angel Marin

International bridge

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Fotografía: Angel Marin

 

Colaboración con Pablo Ronald: www.flickr.com/photos/pablytoronal

Parkour jump. Taken with sigma 8mm fisheye and canon eos 7d. Edited with Lightroom

 

From Wikipedia:

 

Parkour (sometimes also abbreviated to PK) or l'art du déplacement (English: the art of moving) is a physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible, as if moving in an emergency situation, using skills such as jumping and climbing, or the more specific parkour moves. The obstacles can be anything in one's environment, but parkour is often seen practiced in urban areas because of many suitable public structures that are accessible to most people, such as buildings and rails.

 

Parkour practitioners are often called traceurs, or traceuses for females.

My son practicing his parkour skills in the park :-), in infrared

Escargot des jardins (Cepaea hortensis)

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