|Angel Falls...a wonder less travelled|
I see risk and am drawn as moth to flame. I choose often to live edge close! Not to risk offers temporary comfort but leads to stilted blandness, few if any memories, let alone any personal growth.
While on vacation in Venezuela, I remembered that the world’s highest waterfall was located deep in its Amazonian wild. Immediately it seemed the logical move was putting another checkmark on my bucket list. I really don’t have a bucket list per se, but as I reflect over a lifetime of worldwide adventure in sixty-five plus countries, I have often leapt before logic had opportunity to lasso!
This shot I took on another Amazon adventure...a future blog...
gives the idea
The further we winged, the greater the risk as all we saw was yellow brown soup-like crocodile and piranha infested river waters snaking distant. Disconcerted anxiety rose when the ‘pilot’ hammered away with his fist in an attempt to maintain intermittent radio contact with his girlfriend. Sleet pelted us through a window lodged open, as we rocked and rolled through weather's thrashing.
He wants to pick me up and use the unique gifts He first has given! He reminds with quiet, winsome pursuit, as the consummate gentleman, that He will wait indefinitely, saying...it takes two to tango!
P.S. Speaking of risk...any movie making endeavor involves huge risk...check out my producer friend, Karen Pascal’s latest documentary...this time on Christmas. Check out the trailer at...
|Yuri Falls...not your average run of the mill, tourist attraction!|