Neal’s Journey

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16 thoughts on “Neal’s Journey

  1. If a photo ever made me want to suspend, this is it.
    Lost in the moment.

  2. This picture makes me feel comforted. It is beautiful and this person appears to be completely supported by caring people.

    what a great feeling :)

  3. This was taken at our 3rd So. Cal. Well-Hung HANGout. Our friend Neil is one of our suspension team photographers and helping him through this time was definately an experience. As you can tell by the photo, our tem is very compassionate toward what we do! Thanks Frank for the great photo!!

  4. weekends like that one create a powerful realization in my mind of what a fantastically amazing family i belong to. great pic frank!

  5. I sort of waited before I posted a comment about this picture … I’m the one who took it.

    Neil, the man who is suspended, gave me his camera and asked me to capture this moment. Like other amateur photographers I take a hundred pictures and am only happy with one or two of them. I am extremely happy with this one. I am moved by the comments about … everything said is true. I add my own personal knowledge of the individuals in the photo and the adrenalin and excitement of the moment. Eric, got it right … compassion … I could never see myself being a part of suspension without them.

    Thanks guys for allowing me to be apart of it all …

  6. I’ve been part of countless moments like this in every event or family gathering we have, but it can happen so fast, so good job franks on capturing the moment forever to share. Viewing the pics always evoke the memories and feelings shared those days, and take us back to that experience.
    Thanks franks

  7. this brings back memories. with well hung the support is always there if needed. thanks for looking out, everyone.

  8. Every time I look at this picture I am grateful that I was able to capture this moment … I wish the gang was together again…

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