brittlongoria : Namibia Piace a olafbullwinkel e altre persone brittlongoria To stand in awe of the wilderness is a great feeling, indeed, but to do so kneeling beside a wise and majestic animal whom you've taken is an entirely separate dimension of humanity that is only understood when experienced. This is not a sport nor a game, this is the practice of being human and participating in the cycles of nature. The moment after a clean, ethical harvest is the culmination of months of training in the gym; meditating on anatomy and studying shot placement; practice on the rifle or bow range; long, painful days and short, fitful nights. The tourist may remember the view, but the hunter will relish this moment each time we prepare the meat for our family, thumb over a photograph, or admire the relics on the wall. Because of the hunt, I will forever be connected to this place, to this animal, and to the hunters who passed here before me. To match wits with a creature that is determined to defeat me at all costs in the most inhospitable terrain and conditions imaginable is a fundamental victory - not a victory of death, but a sacred accomplishment of living my life as a hunter. Is this memory a trophy for me? You're damn right it is.
Thousands peacefully kneeling in DC remembering George Floyd chanting, "Stop Killing Black People." Why isn't this video viral? Why is the media only interested in talking about isolated acts of vandalism & theft? We're here & We ain't leaving.