INTO THE WILD

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Along the way of life
All can go smoothly…

Lungo il cammino della vita…
Può filare tutto liscio…

Na długiej ścieżce życia…
Wszystko może być poste…

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You can meet some obstacle

Puoi incontrare qualche ostacolo…

Można natknąć się na jakąś przeszkodę…

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You can meet a lot of people

Puoi incontrare molte persone…

Można spotkać wiele osòb…

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You may also encounter a wild beast!

Ma …
Puoi anche incontrare una bestia feroce!

Ale…
Można także spotkać niebezpiecznego zwierza!

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Watching you

Che ti osserva…

Ktòry Cię obserwuje…

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and then deciding to come to you 

e poi decide di venirti incontro…

I postanawia się do Ciebie zbliżyć…

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And you that you have swum with sharks find out that you have a fear… of a squirrel
But for better living, fears must faced

E tu che hai nuotato con gli squali scopri di avere… fifa… di uno scoiattolo…
Ma per vivere meglio, le paure bisogna affrontarle…

A ty,  co pływalaś z rekinami,  okkrywasz, że masz stracha na… wiewiòrkę…
Ale dla lepszej jakości życia, lękom trzeba stawiać czoło…

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And so, armed of sunflower seeds, I brought the enemy on my side
gaining a sense of security, freedom and desire of new discoveries, also those interior.

E così, armata di semini di girasole, ho portato il nemico dalla mia parte
conquistando una sensazione di sicurezza, di libertà e di desiderio di nuove scoperte, anche interiori.

I uzbrojona w nasiona słonecznika udało mi się przenieść wroga na moją stronę,
Zyskując poczucie pewności,  wolności i pragnienia nowyć odkryć, nawet tych wewnętrznych.

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36 thoughts on “INTO THE WILD

  1. gorgeous and inspiring…my favorite photo is of the road/sky “you can meet some obstacle” I would enjoy another person or timed method to photograph like this… your method is intimate and I enjoy your portraying smallest things as perspective against the background of a vast ocean. Awesome

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  2. These were amazing pictures, Kamila. I loved the way they were weaved in a wonderful story which can be related to all of us. It was quite inspirational and thought-provoking when you described how you brought the enemy to your side instead of running from it. Simply loved the blend of photography and writing. 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on Being Benedetti and commented:
    I got the biggest kick out of this blog post I stumbled across. Winning over wild beasts and overcoming fears with sunflower seeds. Why didn’t I think of that?

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  4. very cute! or to make it more symbolic, some of the things that seems scary ( wild beast) or the unknown is really something small and minute. its all in our mind and our perception 😀

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  5. Thank`s for visiting my blog. I love the photos on your blog, is that animal a Squirrel? We have a lot of Rock Rabbits on our beaches they call them Dassies. I was surprised to find out that their closest relative is an Elephant 🙂

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  6. Glad to see you emerged safe after that encounter with a dangerous predator (of seeds). Who knows what peril you avoided by having the sunflower seeds handy. Yikes! Thanks for stopping by my photo of the Michigan forest, where we have a similar beast, the chipmunk. 🙂

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  7. A nice wee blog with an odd mix of themes. I like the multi-lingual thing. And squirrels always make up for a good story. The blog is a little bit like the universe in a nutshell: it has animals, humans, landscapes, and some poetry. Keep it up!

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