WPC: «Silhouettes»

«Running against the Sunlight…» (Torrevieja)

"Running against the Sunlight..."
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What can you tell me?
It is just a silhouette…
I see…What else?
It is a boy…It is running…
There is a sea behind….

And you….What can you tell me?
I can feel the strengh…The youth…
I can feel the happiness….
It is a boy…
Running against the sunlight…

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In answer to WPC challenge: «Silhouette»
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Sometimes there is more to see…

39 comentarios en “WPC: «Silhouettes»

    • Such a beautiful comment M.!!!! I love taking this kind of shots with the sea …You are right…There is such a Little difference among sea and sky…Both of them are big big big…Infinite….And full of light and mystery…Both of them influence our lifes more than we can imagine…

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    • Oh Rose!!!! That sounds a Little sad….Well…I was feeling more free when I was younger as well….But I truly believe that freedom is also part of a feeling…Inside your heart and your mind…You have to look for that Little seed and take care of it, day by day…
      Big hug…

    • Thanks a lot C.!!!!! The sun, the sea, sparkles everywhere….I think summer is beautiful…!!! Big hug to you and your 4 leg family!!! (and the 2 leg´s as well! 🙂 =

  2. Such a stunning capture. The innocence of a child. So beautiful. Love the shot and poem Ilargia. Great post. ♥ Hugs ♥

    • So happy Laura!!!! Thanks thanks a lot!!!! The Sea is sometimes absolutely magical under the Sun!!! I think this is one of the reasons I love photography…It allows you to have a new approach to the everyday things… 🙂

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