I need to remember that photo when I look for excuses not to run. Thanks for sharing, Johann.
Priceless! Thanks for sharing that Johann and have a great weekend!
Not related to this photo, but a HUGE congratulations to you!! I read your comment this morning and haven't stopped smiling. I can't wait to see the pictures :)
Awesome awesome photo! Such a great inspiration for all of us who take things for granted.
I cannot tell you in words how much I love this picture -- I work with newborns who have all sorts of health stuff going on and without going into too much detail I am currently working with a family whose little one has to ultimately have a leg amputated. The parents' first question? "Will our kid be able to run?" The docs didn't seem too optimistic, talking about the cost of a prosthesis and stuff like that, but I told him about Pistorius and showed him a picture of him sprinting across a football field in a recent issue of Outside. And now I can show them this picture and maybe they will start to think that maybe their tiny baby will one day run faster than the rest of us put together.
Nothing is impossible!
We all need people like him!
That's a photo that says so much - triumph, joy, compassion, comradery, tenacity. It's a wonderful, inspiring photo
That photo is really great!
I love it!!! Thanks for posting . . .
Awesome! Oscar Pistorius is a huge inspiration and it is so amazing to watch him run. He was in Belgium for the Memorial Van Damme this year.
what a great photo! i have to be honest - i didn't even notice she had those special legs for awhile!
I hadn't seen this - thanks for sharing!
yes, that is amazing! : )
Super! How inspirational!!!!
I have not seen this -- so cool!
Wow, that picture takes my breath away!
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That's an awesome photo!
There are no words! Beyond inspirational. The human spirit at its best.
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