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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Moving

Friendly Friday photo challenge hosted at The Snow Melts Somewhere and Something to Ponder About, delivers the theme “Moving “ this week.

Life is generally busy for most and as a result we are constantly moving. Sometimes we need to just stop and smell the roses. Be mindful of what is around us and take a minute to feel each step we take.

Though the following pictures are classic examples of our everyday transport to and from point A to B, the last photo, our most natural mode of movement, is one that deserves more credit than we give.

Our bodies transport us in so many ways. So, the next time your feet take you somewhere, notice each step as it lifts and then touches the ground again time after time, endlessly transporting you to your destination. And enjoy that moment of movement.

Luxurious Cruise Ships in the Pacific
Economical Pushbikes in Vietnam
Historic Trams in Hong Kong
High Tech Trains in Japan

Our Own Bodies That Carry Us Endlessly.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com
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17 comments on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Moving

  1. How true that is, Lorelle. We take for granted that our feet will carry us, thinking nothing about each and every step.
    Nice set of images.

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  2. pam@ichoosethis

    Love the pics and the quote!

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  3. Great photos! Love the beach at the end, the sand looks so soft!

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  4. Great photos as usual but that one of footsteps on the beach is absolutely fantastic. That is definitely poster-material. Such a good shot, I love it.

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  5. Lovely photos and sentiments Lorelle. Especially love that last one of footprints in the sand. xx

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