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because the air outside will make, our cells divide at an alarming rate, until our shells simply cannot hold, all our insides in and that's when we'll explode
it's funny how fear can have a different effect on people. there are those who wouldn't even consider attempting a big ski jump because it's just too scary. there are those who go for it like in this photo, who i assume must still feel a bit of fear, but have a bravery or confidence to go with it. then there's me. i find myself terrified of doing a big snowboarding jump yet compelled to try. when i went snowboarding back in march i spent a lot of time in the snow park trying a few small and medium jumps and watching the braver people do the big jumps. my technique is usually a confident start, followed by panic and slowing down as i get closer and closer to the ramp. it doesn't result in that many falls, but it's far from spectacular either. on the last day i decided to have at least one go at the big jump and barely had enough speed to make it over. and even that felt terrifying. so i remain in awe of people who can catch as much air as this.

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31/05/2017
the air outside - extra image
it's funny how fear can have a different effect on people. there are those who wouldn't even consider attempting a big ski jump because it's just too scary. there are those who go for it like in this photo, who i assume must still feel a bit of fear, but have a bravery or confidence to go with it. then there's me. i find myself terrified of doing a big snowboarding jump yet compelled to try. when i went snowboarding back in march i spent a lot of time in the snow park trying a few small and medium jumps and watching the braver people do the big jumps. my technique is usually a confident start, followed by panic and slowing down as i get closer and closer to the ramp. it doesn't result in that many falls, but it's far from spectacular either. on the last day i decided to have at least one go at the big jump and barely had enough speed to make it over. and even that felt terrifying. so i remain in awe of people who can catch as much air as this.

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