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Rope Swinging
Photo By Rodolfo Barrios

  • Title: Rope Swinging
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Puerto Rico
  • Nearest Area: Combate Beach
  • Nearest Town: Cabo Rojo
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: Hello there my friends, on this occasion I want to take this opportunity to share with you, a tree rope swinging moment, On this great day, we went out to Combate Beach in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. While there my son and friends found a tree at the shoreline with a rope tied from it, so, why would a rope hang from a tree if it was not to use it? And boy they did used that old rope, it was a fun time for them. Hope you enjoy it; it was my pleasure to digitize it for you.
  • Gear: Canon T1i with 300mm
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Keywords:  NatureSeasonsTreesWater
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