Time for another Weekly Photo Challenge, this time with the theme atop. But before we go there, I want you to know I’m so very glad to have you as company, and as always;
I hope you enjoy my photos, for without an audience, a photo is nothing but a play with lights!
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Less than 1 hour from the metropolis of Melbourne, Australia, lies the Werribee Gorge, a deep scar through the peaceful, rolling hills.
I visited the Gorge a few weeks ago, and spent the majority of the day trekking along a little-trodden path circumnavigating the path. During this shot, taken by my GoPro set atop a dead tree trunk, I’m standing atop a boulder at the Falcon’s Lookout as the wind snapped at my ankles and pulled my T-shirt like a passionate, wild lover.
Moments later, everything could have changed. As I turned around to descend, a vicious gale blew out of the blue, pushing me to the very edge of the rock, and had I not got down to all four almost immediately, I could have easily slipped and fallen a few hundred feet to a grisly end. And in that moment of silent, as the fear and adrenaline ebbed and bobbed through my world, I once again learnt that the top and the bottom are almost always only a step away from one another.
˜˜ Thank you for joining me on my journey for elsewhere.
˜˜ Please feel free to leave something of you behind; a harsh word, a thought, anything!