Day 1106: Jaw Dropping Rare Photos of Amazing Things in Real Life

The jaw dropping rare title of this post mimics “click-bait” language I saw yesterday, online.  For me, language like that might invite a click in real life, but here’s the amazing thing: I immediately forget about it.

Let’s see if all the photos I took yesterday are “jaw dropping rare photos of amazing things in real life.”

IMG_8478

IMG_8480

IMG_8481

IMG_8486

IMG_8487

IMG_8488

IMG_8489

IMG_8490

Which of those best fits today’s title, for you?

Jaw dropping gratitude for everything I experienced yesterday and for another day of amazing real life, here and now.


Here’s one more photo I’m adding now, from the internet, in honor of a jaw dropping rare amazing person from real life:

DAVID BOWIE AT THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL - 1983

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Richard Young/REX (100574d) David Bowie DAVID BOWIE AT THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL – 1983

Categories: gratitude, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , | 48 Comments

Post navigation

48 thoughts on “Day 1106: Jaw Dropping Rare Photos of Amazing Things in Real Life

  1. Vibrant πŸ™‚

  2. R.I.P., David Bowie. He was amazing, indeed.

  3. I was laughing so hard at the title and then the photos that my jaw dropped off!
    Just heard about David Bowie’s passing. He was jaw dropping amazing. Feeling sad. Jaws have come back together again.
    xo

  4. This morning my jaw literally dropped when I heard the news. A reporter said tributes for Bowie were flooding in and I wondered why, and why they were speaking of his life and career in the past tense.
    It’s very hard to focus on anything else right now.

    • Jaw dropping, unexpected news like that makes it difficult to focus, of course. Thanks for taking the time to visit and comment, Chris.

  5. This is not only jaw dropping, it’s ground breaking! I’m opening up a gym called Grumpy Craig!

  6. It’s rather jaw dropping when WordPress bloggers beat BBC News to the news

  7. KAREN FUNKENSTEIN

    I am LOL about Faxy’s toy making your blog. I love it. Her favorite toy after all has to dry after a rain. Also, I love the blender card. I gave it to my niece for her birthday. Have a great day. Love. Karen

  8. Holly

    I happened to wake up at 4 AM and saw the CNN alert for Bowie. Unbelievable.

  9. Still trying to process the loss of Bowie. It was jaw dropping to realize that even our rock legends are mere mortals. Heartbroken. πŸ’”

  10. Anne – today, I’ll choose the last photo, to leave a penny/take a penny. I’ve just begun interacting with the universe again and I want to give and take some of this energy that has gone dormant. And here’s a raised glass to David Bowie – thank you for your art.

    • It’s jaw dropping to think of you not interacting with the universe, Eli. I hope that’s rare. Thanks for leaving a precious penny here today.

      • I think sometimes you have to leave one to take one some day. I definitely have needed to take a penny lately to get things started again.

  11. Elevatormaster! Life is often an up hill climb. Why not take it leisurely.
    -Alan

  12. I would say the picture labeled “Stressed” should read, “Stress Cure”….

    πŸ˜‰

    gigoid

    😎

  13. I prepared a delicious, well-balanced meal in my blender today, but my jaw will drop if I can make my hair flip out like that. πŸ™‚

  14. wwwpalfitness

    Reblogged this on wwwpalfitness.

  15. I like the “take a penny” and the “leave a penny”. That can be confusing for some.

  16. One picture took the cake for me.

  17. Vilina Christoph

    Thanks for visiting my blog, Ann! Lots of good stuff to read here, glad we connected πŸ™‚ Vilina, x
    P.S. R.I.P. David Bowie, you’ll be missed..

    • Thanks for the visit and the comment, Vilina. Connecting with somebody new like this is another jaw dropping amazing thing in real life.

  18. Reblogged this on Ancien Hippie.

  19. Pingback: Day 1112: Emergent Complexity | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  20. Pingback: Day 1172: The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: