Just Watch. Full stop.


Thank you Lynne.

Comments

  1. Love this, saw it on Facebook just brilliant. ❤️🏂🏂

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  2. Oh how I loved this! When the body and soul are in sync…wow!

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  3. Breathtaking!

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  4. Stunning! Thanks for this, David.

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  5. Incredibly beautiful in so many ways. And a statement to me on how we may choose to live our lives. Thank you!

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  6. Holy Yoda of the Rubber Band, Batman!

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  7. A treat to watch. Lovely.

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  8. That looks like fun.I’ll have to go buy a rubber band for the next time I go out for a walk in the woods …like … for in case I come to a pond that doesn’t have a bridge. My only problem is how to fasten it to the other side.

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  9. Wow. Life is really all about balance, after all. Brilliant film.

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  10. Wow.

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  11. This made me cry, in a good way.
    The violinist!!!
    What would we do?
    What would we be?
    Without that presence.

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  12. I loved this. Have never seen a tightrope used as a trampoline before. The flowering forest was an amazing backdrop to his amazing athleticism not to mention the beautiful violin music. Just wonderful.

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  13. Fantastically beautiful.

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  14. WOW!

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  15. Makere says:

    Reblogged this on Makere's Blog and commented:
    No Words.

    Like

  16. Reblogged this on Bridgit's Fire.

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