Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth

GROW: Waves, buildings, and shadows grow… but so can plants, animals and: people! I adore the kids if they are consequently developing their capabilities: a good concept!
skateboard girl
photo taken in Wuppertal, Germany, by frizztext; for more click on the picture to visit his flickr photo stream … related: flickrcomments.wordpress.com: the weekly photo challenges!weekly-photo-challenge: Growth
comments:
“love ‘action’ shots, poetry in motion, the arms out for balance and free flowing hair…” (by John);

“At home in the air like a California-girl: What a terrific action-shot!” (by Will Wilson, San Francisco);

“This girl should be proud to have such a picture of her…” (by Lionswood);

“I love the action / portrait combo, and especially the pink hue running down her arm” (by chtyson);

“U know sum gurls look good wen they sk8″ (by FlyBoy);

“Growing one’s abilities–love this interpretation of the “grow” challenge!” (by granbee / Rose);

“I hope she never forgets how capable she is and that she flies forever!” (by Patti Kuche);

“I’ve been overwhelmed more than once by the amazing growth of kids this age.They just pick something and go for it. Kinda like photographers.” (by Nantucket Tie Chic)

About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my own photos at frizztext, 3 - flickr group group: BLOG IT!

34 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth

  1. Great captured! :)

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  2. This is a good one for growth

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  3. Great shot. I like the thought behind this post a lot. :)

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  4. Such a great photo!

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  5. Great shot … and they do grow fast. :-)

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  6. Dynamic picture, shot in the right moment
    Compliments
    – leidrr sind wir dafür schon zu slt -

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  7. Gemma

    Absolutely love it!

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  9. What a perfect capture indeed. Great interpretation for this week’s challenge. I’m still scrambling for a photo.

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    • thanks for
      “The past, present, and future mingle
      and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present.
      We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.”
      ― Anaïs Nin

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  11. Love this photo! Full of energy!

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  12. Fantastic photo. Wish I could do that. :)

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  13. Thank you Frizztext. It is a wonderful tree.

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  14. Ah, yes, truly a good concept! Beautiful way to show it!

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  15. Growing one’s abilities–love this interpretation of the “grow” challenge!

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  16. andydbrown

    Great photo and thoughts!

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  17. I hope she never forgets how capable she is and that she flies forever!

    (Love your new theme!)

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  18. She looks like she is flying. The base of the tree is spectacular. Nature can be very intersting. Good shots ….

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  20. Yes… agree on this one. Developing a good set of skills – that’s a great photo.

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  21. Well done. I’ve been overwhelmed more than once by the amazing growth of kids this age.They just pick something and go for it. Kinda like photographers.

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  22. Fantastic action shot, and also a good metaphor! I’m amazed at the energy and resilience of children. They fall, pick themselves up, and get back on the “skateboard.”

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  23. Amazing shot Frizz! Love that “impossible is nothing” expression!

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