In a Split Second

I will fly away from here.





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47 Comments on “In a Split Second

    • It is “Heart of Courage” by “Two Steps from Hell”. I am not sure if it was used in films, but it was used in London 2012 Olympic games athletics finals. Thank you for the visit, Stephen πŸ™‚ Much appreciated πŸ™‚


  1. I like your minimalist approach – I’m like the waterfalls at Plitvička and the gold in the Royal Castle in Warsaw – excessive! And I love the way photography captures absolutely that one moment. (I just wanted to click “like” as I sip wine on a terrace in Dubrovnik, but I didn’t dare!)


    • You are in Dubrovnik now? I grew up there. What terrace is that, a hotel one or in a cafe in old town???


      • The Magellan. Just opposite where I stayed. What was it like growing up In Dubrovnik? Were you inside the wall? Were you there in 91? I cried when visited the remembrance room and saw all the photos of young men killed.


        • It was special. I still think it is the most beautiful town I have ever seen. I moved away in 1985, so I wasn’t there when the war started.


  2. In a split second I believed it said “Stay away”
    but it’s true if we don’t flap our wings so we get nowhere… πŸ™‚

    Wish you and yours a wonderful weekend… πŸ™‚


  3. Oh yes! I’ve shot so many swans, ducks and geese that I no longer shoot them unless I can make a picture that I’m most satisfied with. You have created a shot that is certainly one that I would be proud of. Nicely done, Paula!

    Excellent use of the blur.


  4. now how could one photo be so moving??? well make it a great shot and add some amazing music – and the post becomes so moving – well done – and thx. πŸ™‚


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      • We’ve captured your nice weather! But don’t worry- it’ll only be for a day or so then we’ll give it back πŸ™‚
        Doesn’t matter where you play, so long as you’re happy.


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  8. What a gorgeous beauty Paula and you’ve captured it at just the right moment! Stunning hon! πŸ˜€ ❀


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