Sunday, September 24, 2006

Competition...nah

aw...look at that face, priceless!
When i caught this shot, i thought of holding a competition to give away post cards n' such. Seeing its a Sunday, I thought ...nah! too lazy to go around informing everyone about it. For fun sake, whoever is visiting, can you guess how tall is the thing the boy is climbing? No cheating! think of an answer in your mind...Ok. see another photo here to get the sense of scale.

These inflated thingy are increasingly popular during the town's festival. Is it the same at your town/city?

13 comments:

Zsolt72 said...

Wow..its really a big challenge for him. But as we can see he is a superhero:)

Lachezar said...

About 10m :) my guess.
Is the first time I see an inflatable "Coke" climbing wall.
I guess is fun ...

Have fun you too

Lachezar

Jazzy said...

maybe 10m?!

love the colors, love the kid's face, very nice for sunday.

zannnie said...

We dun have these kind, but a solid rock climbing wall is normally put up (mobile ones though) :)

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Lisi said...

geez, I left my entry at the other blog LOL, my guess is about 70+ ft

edwin s said...

Go little boy! Go! Great shot Kris!

Juggerpix said...

Whoa... that is a LOT taller than what I was thinking! I would have been too scared to climb that as a kid. Heck, even now.

We don't have anything like this (at least that I have seen). :(

Kris said...

jugger : deceiving ,right?! no way i'm climbing that thing even now! Kudos to the kid!

hello all!
well, i have no idea how tall it is ..either ..lol! but i guess lisi's answer which is about 70ft is the nearest. Anyway, thanks for taking part!

Meg Nakagawa said...

Geez, it's like the equivalent of 8-stories? That's got to be at least 16 meters, yeah? Geez!!! Yikes... Where are the parents??? Where's the bungy cord?

Kris said...

meg : from the look of it, the sport is quite safe, he had a corde tide to him. while i'm guessing his parents are watching him , so no worries :)

Nathalie said...

What an exceptional shot Kris, especially when you look at the full picture afterwards. The full Coke bottle tells it all but makes for a fairly standard picture, the first one concentrates on the effort, the child's body and face, and creates a very dramatic effect. Absolutely wonderful !
I'd never seen one of those in Sydney. We do have inflatable jumping castles but they're not linked to advertising - or at least that I've seen

Jenny said...

What a funny contrast with the horse and buggy photo - the very old and the very modern, together!

Kris said...

jenny : on the streets you see some fashinable people and all of the sudden the horse and buggy appear speeding..its amazing :)

natalie : we're kind of already been brain washed by coke ..lol!

again, thank u all for visiting :)

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