· Precarious ·

The individual droplets fall freely into the base of the fountain, sinking deep into the body of water to distort the reflection of the lights upon the surface before joining the thousands of others before them. Indulge yourself in the fall: don’t let yourself be afraid of falling, but instead lose yourself in the thrill of letting go and mixing up the bright colors in the water. The distance from the upper tier of the fountain proves short in the whole scheme of things, so take a risk- dare yourself to fall hard, enjoy the scenery from every perspective, and make a difference in the reflection of colors. Life is precarious, don’t miss your chance to be too.

Precarious: dangerously  likely to fall

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About Micaela

I'm a 20 year old student at the University of Chicago. Photography has been a hobby of mine for a while and I've always had a passion for it so hopefully people like my stuff!
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One Response to · Precarious ·

  1. Michael says:

    Beautiful words to a even more beautiful photo!

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