Think outside the box, color outside the lines. Do something you’ve always wanted to do, but questioned if you could pull it off. Take the risk and live a little. Light the fire within...be the fire within. You never know where it will take you.
First submission for this week’s @floridacollective challenge Artistic: Metal. I do love setting steel wool on fire and spinning it under a gigantic bridge made of tons of steel in the middle of the night.
my eyes on highs
This is ice
of mighty size
Lekte mer med belysning och skuggor på en vägg med is inne i berget.
Sånt man har tid att leka med när man har farbrorpaus från trummandet, och inspirationspaus från cyklingen. 😊
@lifewithelliott Cannon Beach
Why Cannon Beach? When Captain William Clark and members from the Lewis and Clark expedition visited the area south of Tillamook Head in 1806 to find a whale that had washed ashore, he named the local creek Ecola, the Native American term for whale. Early settlers referred to the area as Elk Creek, but in 1846, a cannon from the shipwrecked USS Shark washed ashore near present day Arch Cape and many began to refer to the area as Cannon Beach. In 1922, the name Cannon Beach was officially adopted as the city's name. The original cannon sat for years outside one of the area's first lodging establishments near present day Arch Cape and is now on display at the Cannon Beach History Center.http://coastexplorermagazine.com/mobile/display.php?id=805