Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Brick climbing

If this fellow had lost his grip/step, he would have had quite a fall from this  high wall in Kalemegdan Park. 

6 comments:

Lowell said...

When you're young you think you can do anything and you'll live forever. After a few falls we tend to learn a few things. Maybe.

I've never understood the need to climb mountains, either! :)

William Kendall said...

Well, as a mountain climber, I can say that the experience of rock at the fingertips and empty space beneath you is exhilirating.

Our friend here, however, is doing it without equipment.

Luis Gomez said...

Seems like he made it okay.

Thérèse said...

Un besoin de grande concentration tres certainement...
Tu auras surement l'occasion de voir ces phenomenes le long de la Garonne grimpant les murs de briques lors de ton prochain passage.

"Les surrénales sont surtout connues des psychologues par les travaux de Cannon, qui a décelé pendant les émotions-chocs des décharges d'adrénaline liées à l'instabilité sympathique. E. Mounier, Traité du caractère,1946, p. 170."

Alexa said...

I'm impressed—but also glad I'm not his mother . . .
Where are his shoes?

Gaelyn said...

Brick or stone, always seems to be a challenge to some.