AT THE EDGE OF THE LEDGE

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Garry likes the ledge. I do not like the edge or the ledge. Especially I don’t like Garry being close to the edge of the ledge. Makes me nervous. It does not make him nervous, which is part of the reason it worries me.

I have to be nervous for both of us. Which means I either have to worry twice as hard, or if I’m in a hurry, twice as fast.

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But sometimes, I have to approach the edge, if I want to get the picture.

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THE EDGE AND THE LEDGE | THE DAILY POST WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

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29 thoughts on “AT THE EDGE OF THE LEDGE

  1. That is a perfect place for the perfect photos, although I do not think I could manage it and would probably get giddy. That is my biggest regret with my movement problems, but even that can be overcome. I love the angle on the last photo

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    • That picture was the ONLY time I’ve gotten even close to the edge in a long time. I get dizzy when I look over an edge and I always have. But it’s worse now because I’m so clumsy and slow-moving. Garry is much more spry and in far better shape than I am. He was never athletic, per se, but he has always kept himself in great shape and he isn’t afflicted by serious other diseases. Just normal aging, wear & tear.

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  4. This post reminds me of a famous local photo…

    That’s a photo of a very, VERY brave photographer peering over the top of the Gateway Arch to take a picture. The Arch is 630 feet tall and I hear the winds up there can be a little unpredictable. Not sure if even Garry would be up to that task (I would personally pass out, and hopefully not forward)….

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