The Ambitious Drifter

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Somebody’s First Adventure


The Challenge This Week? 

This week, share a photo that says “adventure.” It could be an image of someone setting off on an epic journey, a photo you took on an adventure of your own, or something more metaphoric that represents a personal or psychological adventure. We’re excited to see where you’ll take us!

Somebody’s First Adventure!


Beachside Scene, Collioure France, 2004

24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Somebody’s First Adventure

  1. Lovely photo and composition.



  2. Aw, very sweet. My daughter Chloe wants to go to New Orleans and I told her that she was there already. She said that being there at 6 months old doesn’t count. Let’s hope your little one remembers. 😀


  3. Wonderful memory. I bet there have been a lot since then. 🙂


  4. A truly wonderful photo, Peter ! – and I believe I would’ve known it to be in France. Something to do with the way the little boy is dressed, and how father is not talking down to him … You must love that shot, eh ?


  5. This photo reminds me when grandma taught me how to skip rocks on the beach when I was little.


  6. You truly caught the essence of this week’s challenge!



  7. Nice choice for this challenge!


  8. such a peaceful feeling seeing this photo! So, finally how did the adventure go? I hope everything was fine at the end 🙂


  9. I love this photo! It looks as if the boy wants to go out to see, and his dad (I’m assuming) is giving some wise words of advice to travel safe 🙂 A very touching moment. Great interpretation for this week’s challenge.


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