This week’s challenge is to share a photo of something unlikely. An object or person in an unlikely place, an unpredictable experience, a serendipitous accident: we want the expected.
Here’s a series of chance encounters with living and non-living things we normally don’t see around on a usual day like this cute little dog I’d meet during one of my walks in the middle of nowhere. He followed me around for about five kilometers till I reached the highway then he turned around and went back in the forest.


So many paths to choose from… which one will lead me to the right place?

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Join me in my quest for a greater understanding of our existence. Join me in my desire for a greater self. Join me as I seek the humility to love and understand my fellow man.

-Bryant H. McGill


Edge is beautiful, mesmerizing, hypnotizing, challenging… That would explain why people are fascinated with edge (including me, which of course I forcefully denied so my partner took photographs to prove his point) and some have chosen to live their lives on the edge. D. H. Lawrence once said: Life is a travelling to the edge of knowledge, then a leap taken. I must admit there is some truth in there.

Cherry On Top

After a long day walking, swimming and discovering yet another amazing new horizon, it’s a wonderful idea to just sit by the water watching the sun goes down. What a fitting way to end a fruitful adventurous day. I feel privileged.



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One Love

When I was in vacation in my home country every morning when I take a walk I saw this group of people hauling nets from the sea using their own bodies. The rope was tied around their middle and together they pull combining their strengths to make the arduous task more easier. What I noticed and remember most about them were their happy faces, as if they truly enjoying what they were doing. I admire their collective efforts and team work. They inspire me.





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The Beauty Of Lloret

Though it is not my kind of thing (crowds, nightlife, touristic places and overpopulated) it is understandable why Lloret De Mar is one of the most visited places in Spain. The sun, sea, sand and general atmosphere is addictive as well as contagious. You can easily get carried away.



The Breathtaking view from the top…

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